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Dauwynn Cyncore vs Barry Rasmussen
Canadian Open (1997), Winnipeg CAN, rd 1, Jul-12
Scandinavian Defense: Portuguese Variation (B01)  ·  0-1

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Jul-18-08
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  whiteshark: After <24.Rd3>


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black missed some beautiful winning tactics, starting with: <24...Rxe3!! 25.Rxe3 Nxd4+ 26.Kf2 Rxe3 27.Kxe3 Nc2+ 28.Kd3 Nxa1 >


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Aug-30-16  notyetagm: D Cyncore vs Barry Rasmussen, 1997

<whiteshark: ... black missed some beautiful winning tactics, starting with: <24...Rxe3!! 25.Rxe3 Nxd4+ 26.Kf2 Rxe3 27.Kxe3 Nc2+ 28.Kd3 Nxa1 >

And note in the above diagram of the final position of the variation that the Black a1-knight is not even <TRAPPED> in the corner as 29 ♔d2-c3 is met by 29 d5-d4+!, freeing the knight.

Aug-30-16  notyetagm: D Cyncore vs Barry Rasmussen, 1997

<whiteshark: After <24.Rd3>>

The <MISSED WIN> that you highlighted above is today's chesspuzzle.net Puzzle Of The Day.

https://chesspuzzle.net/Puzzle/3938

Chess sure would be easier if you had someone standing over shoulder telling you "You now have a forced win in this position! Find it!". ;-)

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