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Jiri Lechtynsky vs Simon Kim Williams
Budapest FS09 GM (2002), rd 10, Sep-07
Dutch Defense: Classical Variation. General (A96)  ·  0-1

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Apr-27-06  Mating Net: 24...f3! is a killer pawn fork. At first I thought White blundered by capturing the pawn with the Queen because of the discovered attack on the Queen with 25...Bc2.

However, either 25.Nxf3 or 25.Bxf3 allows 25...Nf4! which brings even worse consequences for White because it attacks the Queen and discovers an attack on the d7 Rook.

The net result after the text move was that Black gained a Rook for 3 pawns and coasted to victory.

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