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Peter Vasilievich Dubinin vs Sergey Belavenets
USSR Championship (1934/35), Leningrad URS, rd 12, Dec-22
Queen's Indian Defense: Classical Variation (E17)  ·  0-1

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Belavenets (whose career was cut short by death in military service in 1942) had superb endgame technique.

He played 70..Re4+! (tempting but wrong is 70..Re5? seeking to cut the White King off along the 5th rank: 71 h5 Ke3 72 h6 Ke4 73 h7 Re8 74 Kg5 =).

There followed 71 Kg5 Kg3 72 h5 Re5+ 73 Kg6 Kg4 74 h6 Re6+ 75 Kg7 Kg5 76 h7 Re7+ 77 Kg8 Kg6! 78 h8=N+ Kf6 (78..Kh6? 79 Kf8! is a draw) 79 Kf8 Rg7

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