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Richard Rapport vs Niclas Huschenbeth
Mitropa Cup Men (2010), Chur SUI, rd 7, Jun-04
Queen's Gambit Accepted: Bogoljubow Defense (D24)  ·  1-0



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Jun-18-10  ppeti84: this game is totally amazing, Ricsi is very talented.i hope that he will be able to get over 2700 in a few years.
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  wordfunph: Richard's 17th to 21st moves....simply awesome! 21.Qd5+ is a beautiful finish..
Jan-20-11  brucejavier: wow what a game and yet no comments have been made, we need a review of this beautiful game! and this kid was only 14 years old.
Apr-05-13  fisayo123: Boom!!
Jun-14-13  ppeti84: Should be GOTD..i remember watching this game live on chessbomb,and thought omg,this guy is amazing..hope to see him cross the 2700 line soon
Jun-14-13  Xeroxx: wut??
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Jun-14-13  goodevans: Black probably thought he was winning. I wonder at what point he realized he wasn't.
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  FSR: Easy Rapport.
Aug-22-14  Refused: Would make a nice puzzle.


Feb-04-17  fporretto: After 7. a4, what about 7...b4? The position after 7...Bb7 just looks too heavily in White's favor.
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  WTHarvey: Ends on a White mates in 10.

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21. ?

if 21...cxd5 22.♘e6#
or if 21...♔c7 22.♗f4+ ♔b6 23.♘d7+ ♔a5 24.♕xc4
or if 21...♔e8 22.♕d7+ ♔f7 23.♗xc4+ ♔g7 24.♕e6

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