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Evgeni Vasiukov vs Yuri Razuvaev
48th USSR Championship (1980), Vilnius URS, rd 1
Caro-Kann Defense: Advance Variation. Van der Wiel Attack (B12)  ·  1-0



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Mar-22-06  outplayer: 30.Qd3 and white`s queen is going to a6. A good example on crushing Caro-Kann.
Apr-16-06  Otway: on move 4 black plays Qd7 not e6 and on move 5 first h6 before e6 with even chances i think.
Mar-05-12  zakkzheng: It is very crazy
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  fredthebear: <outplayer: 30.Qd3 and white`s queen is going to a6.>

31.Qa6 mates next move so Black cannot allow that.

White can also go for a sacrificial Lawn Mower Mate by 31.Rxa7+ KxR 32.Qa3#.

Black would play 30...e5 to allow the Black queen to help defend against Qa6 or interpose after KxRa7. Therefore, after 30...e5 31.Qa3 will finish it.

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