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Leinier Dominguez Perez vs Yu Yangyi
Capablanca Memorial (Elite) (2015), Havana CUB, rd 3, Jun-17
Indian Game: Anti-Nimzo-Indian (E10)  ·  0-1



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Jun-17-15  Mating Net: 39...Be8 bags the White Queen.
Jun-18-15  AzingaBonzer: Hmm... what about 39. Nf3? If 39... gxf3, then White can recapture with his queen, and although he's down a bishop for a pawn, Black's extra bishop is fairly restricted, and the position seems playable. (Note that Black's original threat, 39... Be8, can now be met with 40. Qh4, and Black can no longer even capture the knight since his own queen is under attack.)
Jun-18-15  Mating Net: Not a chance <AzingaBonzer> White is busted in all cases. Let's take a closer look at your lines.

39.Nf3?? is a huge blunder. No need to capture, Black plays 39...Be8. On 40.Qh4?? Black can capture the Knight with the intermezzo 40...gxf3+ and both Queen and Knight are lost.

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The only ridiculous, desperate way for White to prolong the game is to play 39.Ne4?? and Black simply captures with an easily won game.

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No chance for a perpetual or a swindle. The Black Queen, Bishop & passed e pawn will hunt down the exposed White King.

Jun-18-15  AzingaBonzer: <Mating Net>

Ah. I see. Didn't notice 40. gxf3+ would be check.

Jun-21-15  Barococo Prosopoeia: 36.Bf2 then, instead of 36.Bf4. It was very obvious that 35...Re5 has the aim of trapping the queen. 36.Bf2 should have prevented it.
Jun-24-15  MindCtrol9: China is getting stronger.What is going on here? Dominguez getting his Queen trapped.Come on, Cuba, don't do this to me.
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  NM JRousselle: White's 24th move certainly looks suspect.

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