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Haik M Martirosyan vs Vladislav Nevednichy
European Championship (2014), Yerevan ARM, rd 2, Mar-04
Indian Game: London System (A48)  ·  1-0

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Mar-12-14  Eduardo Bermudez: excelent !!
Mar-07-16  notyetagm: H Martirosyan vs V Nevednichy, 2014

(VARIATION)
32 ... f6x♘e5? 33 ♗f4xe5+ ♔h8-g8
34 ?


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34 ♖c1x♘c5!


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34 ... ♖c8x♖c5 35 d5-d6+


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The point of 34 ♖c1x♘c5! is that the Black c5-knight is needed to control the e6-sq so that Black can meet the <DISCOVERED CHECK> d5-d6+ by <INTERPOSING> on the e6-sq, which is now <UNSUPPORTED> since a Black rook is on c5 instead of a Black knight.

Black saw this after 32 ♘f3-e5! and wisely did not take the knight, which would lead to the variation given above, and instead simply moved his king with 32 ... ♔h8-g7.

Mar-07-16  notyetagm: H Martirosyan vs V Nevednichy, 2014

Game Collection: SUPPORTED INTERPOSITION TRICKS => REMOVE GUARD 34 Rc1xNc5! and Black can no longer interpose on the e6-sq

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