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Zdenek Mladek vs Jan Cervenka
CZE corr (1993) (correspondence), ?
Queen's Gambit Declined: Albin Countergambit. Fianchetto Variation Bg4 Line (D09)  ·  0-1



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Jul-23-04  Chesspatch: hey, i like this game because
1. I like using the Albin
2. The attacks are straightforward yet forceful.
Jul-23-04  RonB52734: And this is our very own Honza, no?
Jul-24-04  iron maiden: <RonB52734> Correct, and this isn't even my favorite Honza game. This is. J Cervenka vs NN, 2002
Jul-24-04  RonB52734: <IM> while I'm neutral on Iron Maiden as a musical group, I love your avatar.
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  Honza Cervenka: 15.Nxe7 was probably a decisive mistake. 15.Bf4 h4 16.Qd3 looks solid.

The combination beginning 17...Nxe5! is quite pretty. The point of this move is to not allow 18.Qd3 with exchange of Queens. Of course, white cannot take the Knight 18.Bxe7 for 18...Nf3+ 19.exf3 gxf3 20.Qxf3 Qxf3 21.Bxd8 (21.Rfe1 Rhg8+ 22.Kf1 d3 with mate or 22.Bg5 f6 ) 21...Kxd8 22.Rfe1 Rg8+ 23.Kf1 d3 with mate. Also 18.f4 or 18.f3 would have been insufficient for 18...g3. After 18.Kh1 g3! 19.fxg3 Ng4 the game is over too. So Mr. Mladek's 18.Nxd4 was the best choice in this position but it allowed another pretty shot 18...N7g6 (18...Rdg8 would have won too). After that white cannot take the Rook for 19...Nf4 and 20...Qg2#. 19.Kh1 would have led to a pretty finish after 19...Nxh4 20.Rg1 Nhf3 21.Rg2 Qxh2+ 22.Rxh2 Rxh2#. 19.Qb3 avoids the mate but loses a piece.

Feb-22-07  whatthefat: Given it was correspondence, I think White played on rather too long.

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