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Robert Huebner vs Istvan Csom
Athens Zonal (1969), Athens GRE, rd 11, Oct-15
Sicilian Defense: Richter-Rauzer. Modern Variation (B61)  ·  1-0



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Jun-02-19  Diana Fernanda: 34._ Queen x A6 And win
Jun-03-19  cunctatorg: Is it probable that Robert Huebner didn't see that variation. Of course it is, he isn't a PC but do not take it so easy! Namely 34. Qxa6 Bxe2 35. Rd8 (35. Qxb5?? Bxb5-+) Qxd8. 36. Bxd8 Nxd8 37. Qd6 Nc6 38. Qxc6 Kd8 39. Qa8 +- However 36... 0-0 (36... Kxd8 must also lose to 37. Qa8) 37. Be7 Re8 38. Qxb7 g4 might make White's victory more slow... or whatever...

Point out probable mistakes of my analysis, I didn't make use of any PC!... However I like that kind of forced variations!!

Jun-03-19  Granny O Doul: I imagine Diana's idea was to answer 34...Be2 with 35. Qxb7, very much as in the game.
Jun-03-19  cunctatorg: I missed that idea because I was analyzing 35. Rd8. Diana seems to be right, 34... Bxe2 35. Qxb7 +- and 34... Bd7 35. Bxb5 Nc5 36. Qxc8 +-

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