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Roberto Grau vs Valentin Fernandez Coria
Buenos Aires (1932), Buenos Aires ARG
Owen Defense: Keene Variation (B00)  ·  1-0

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Jan-08-11  garcimitch: A very instructive game.
- 18.f6 is ambitious : White is saying that black bishop is useless - 20.fxg7 Kxg7 21.Rf6 Kg8 22.Qg3+ is maybe more precise - 22...De4 is bad as the queens exchange does not stop the white attack : 22...Qg6 is better - the combination after 30.Rdg3 is instructive
Jul-28-12
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  perfidious: A neat tableau closes out this sustained attack: on 35....Rc3+, the king nimbly steps aside with 36.Kf4 Rxh3 37.g5 mate. All Black's worldly goods at the end avail him naught.
Sep-28-14  paulofx2071: 24)..... Rc1+ is wrong. The plan is 24)... Kh7, 25)..... Rh8 and 26).... Rcg8

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