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Mladen Muse vs Bela Perenyi
"When the Muse Strikes" (game of the day Mar-04-2005)
Berlin op (1987), Berlin West
Indian Game: Spielmann-Indian (A46)  ·  1-0



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  Honza Cervenka: Superb play of Mladen Muse.
Mar-04-05  EinZweiDrei: Very well played.
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  kevin86: A very odd game-starting with a long pawn chain at move THREE-six pawns long! The queen simplification at e7 (Not a sac,as material exchange is quite even). The finish involves--ha ha-two pawn chains,this time all white. Three on queenside,two on kingside.

Excuse old notation here-48...♖x♕ 49 ♖x♖+ ♔f6 50 ♖x♗-and the pawns decide.

Mar-04-05  Holden: 33. Rg7! What a beautiful move. Black is forced to lose the queen for a rook and a pawn. What about 32. ... Rd1?
Mar-04-05  SouCapi: The black rook in d7 is loose so instead of 40.Qe7+ white could have played 40.f6+. 40...Kf8, 40... Kg8 or 40...Kh8 are all answered by 41.Qe8# and 40...Kxf6 is followed by 41.Qe6+ picking up the rook so 40...Kxg6 is forced. Then after 41.Qe8+ Rf7 42.Re7 black has to resign. Any flaw?
Mar-04-05  priluki: :( a hungarian player was defeated :((((
Mar-04-05  pdl521: White could play 25.Rc3. Can possibly take the queen earlier and win faster.

25.Rc3 Bb4 26.Rg3 Qf7 27.Qh6 Ke7 28.Rg7 . .

Mar-12-05  SouCapi: I mess up the move numbers in my previous post. What I meant was: "instead of 48.Qe7+ white could have played 48.f6+. 48...Kf8, 48... Kg8 or 48...Kh8 are all answered by 49.Qe8# and 48...Kxf6 is followed by 49.Qe6+ picking up the rook so 48...Kxg6 is forced. Then after 49.Qe8+ Rf7 50.Re7 black has to resign."

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