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Zbigniew Jasnikowski vs Franciszek Borkowski
POL-ch 45th (1988), Lublin, rd 5
King's Indian Defense: Averbakh Variation. Flexible Defense (E73)  ·  1-0



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Feb-01-04  Catfriend: The queens didn't even have the time to help...why not 33..♘ge4?
May-26-04  rndapology: Maybe because it loses the precious passer immediately?.. 34. NxN NxN 35. QxP the knight can then not take the white pawn because of the fork on the dark diagonal to black's king. Or 34. Bf3 is also good...I think perhaps black was trying to lure white into neglecting the capture of the pawn and getting on with his attack in the hopes or folly that the queen would do anything despite the amount of moves needed to get it. If white wanted to, the passer is gone.
Jan-05-09  WhiteRook48: wow. Just proof that extra queens do not necessarily win
Sep-09-09  WhiteRook48: actually white has the advantage even if he didn't have that attack
Oct-27-09  Qb6: The pair of queens are helpless...
May-19-12  Qb6: didn't Krabbe comment on this game in his open chess diary?
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