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Dragoljub Velimirovic vs Ivan Ivanisevic
YUG-ch53 (1998), Belgrade SRB, rd 4, Mar-17
Caro-Kann Defense: Panov Attack. Fianchetto Defense Fianchetto Gambit (B13)  ·  1-0

ANALYSIS [x]

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Nov-10-08  gambitfan: Endgame R + 2P (7) // NN (6.5)

53 ♘g8


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White to play

Endgame R + P (6) // NN (6.5)

pawn sacrifice !

75... ♘xh5+


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white to play : the black ♔ is trapped !

84 ♖xf1 1-0


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Black to move

And now what happens ?

Aug-25-10  YouRang: Losing move:


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80...Nh2?, which got the knight trapped and lost for nothing.

Black needed to find 80...Kf7 (its the only move that doesn't lose), threatening the rook and making a safe square for the knight on f6.

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