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Nathan Grossman vs Fred Reinfeld
New York State Championship (1931), Rome, NY, Aug-??
King's Indian Attack: Sicilian Variation (A08)  ·  0-1



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  fredthebear: Black is ready to play Bh3 piling on the pinned Bf1 to support RxBf1#. White cannot get any additional help to defend the pinned bishop. Furthermore, White's queen is en prise and an exchange of queens does not help his cause.
Jun-12-15  JimNorCal: At first glance, 26. ... RxB+ looks strong because if KxR, then Bh3+ and Qe1 mate follow.

But I guess White can play Kg2.

Jun-12-15  Robed.Bishop: 27. Qxd8+, Kxd8. 28. g4...
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  perfidious: <Robed.Bishop: 27. Qxd8+, Kxd8. 28. g4...>

In this line, Black can respond with 28....f6.

Jun-13-15  Robed.Bishop: I agree. i was merely pointing out that the bishop threat had an answer. Notice I didn't criticize the resignation.

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September / October, p. 154 [Game 79 / 5377]
from American Chess Bulletin 1931 by Phony Benoni

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