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Federico Perez Ponsa vs Nico Georgiadis
Baku Olympiad (2016), Baku AZE, rd 2, Sep-03
Spanish Game: Closed Variations. Breyer Defense (C95)  ·  1-0

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Sep-15-16  offramp: Argentina v CH. W:2585 B:2475.

One of those Spanish Openings where nothing gets exchanged for a long time. White manoeuvres in a way that has been known for 100 years.


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19.Nf5. This knight cannot be taken owing to the obvious Qg5+ & #. But White must remember that THAT threat will not <always> be there.
*****
22.Ng5


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26.Bf8!


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A very complicated position. Could Black have played 26...gxf5 now? He played, in fact, 26...Qb6. I bet both players were short of time by now.
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Black's hopes may have risen when he played 29...Bb6+!


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But the killer dénoument is 30.Rd4!
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There is a clever line after 26.Bf8.


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Let's have a look at 26...gxf5.


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The e-pawn is pinned, so 27.gxf5. 27...Ng7Δ...Nxf5. Now possibly 28.Rg1.


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Verdict:∞!

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