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Simon Kim Williams vs Richard G Pert
Monarch Assurance 11th (2002), Port Erin, rd 6, Oct-03
Indian Game: Gibbins-Weidenhagen Gambit. Accepted (A45)  ·  0-1



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Jan-06-16  Everett: loss on time or does 28..Qh4+ and 29..Ng4 signal the end?
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  fredthebear: Given the opening adventure, it's somewhat ironic that the Black queen on g4 has formed a barrier around the exposed White king. 28...Rf5 rescues the Black rook from the back rank gallows facing capture w/pawn promotion and instead becomes executioner by threatening checkmate on the h-file. White is hopeless on the light squares and no doubt resigned.
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  Domdaniel: Interesting opening experiment by the Ginger GM. One would think that White players would be in no hurry to repeat it, but Le Roux vs Jackson (Kilkenny 2017) followed up to move 4, then varied with 5.c4 Bg7 6.Nc3 dxc4. Admittedly White was a GM playing a lower-rated opponent in the 1st round of an open, so could maybe afford to gamble.
Feb-02-18  sls: 28..Rf5;29.Qxh6,Rxf2+>>

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