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Emory Tate vs Michael A Brooks
25th American Open (1989), Long Beach, CA USA, rd 6, Nov-??
Formation: King's Indian Attack (A07)  ·  0-1

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Apr-19-09
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  tamar: What a battle.
Apr-20-09  Hugh the Drover: Curiously, can the three connected passed pawns, without more, succeed in queening with the King defensively poised? Does Black have an obvious win?
May-30-10  The Bycote: Black has an obvious win. For example, 54.Nxa5 h2+ 55.Kh1 f2 56.Kg2 h1=Q+ 57.Kxh1 f1=Q#

This is a truly beautiful game by Brooks. He plays the opening and middle game aggressively and brilliantly and his technique in the end game is superb. I find it very educational that Brooks does not hurry to exchange queens on move 31, but waits until the white king is way over on the kingside and black has gained lots of time to push his kingside pawns up the board. Great game!

Mar-19-12
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  FSR: He Brooks No Compromise.

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