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   beautifulwretch has kibitzed 6 times to chessgames  
   Apr-22-09 Shaked vs M Morgan, 1993 (replies)
beautifulwretch: At the end, if 26. ... Kg4 27. Qf3+ Kh4 28. Qh3# If 26. ... Ke4 27. Qf3+ Kd4 28. Qe3# So black must block. 26. ... Qf6 27. Qxf6 gxf6 28. Rxc6 and I don't think black can stop the a pawn from queening without losing the rook. I'm not even sure the black ...
   Apr-22-09 K Richter vs E Reinhardt, 1937 (replies)
beautifulwretch: You're right <zb2cr>, I didn't think too hard about it. After looking at it for a little bit longer, I think 38. Rhh4 or 38. Rff5 is probably better, but I'm too lazy right now to figure out White's best move at that point.
   Apr-03-09 J Sachetti vs V Costin, 1898 (replies)
beautifulwretch: What happens after 26....Rxf6?
   Jun-27-08 J Pelaez vs A De Dovitiis, 1993 (replies)
beautifulwretch: That's really funny. If the second rook sacrifice is accepted with 24. axb3, then up the ladder we go: 24. ... Qa1+ 25. Kc2 Qb2+ 26. Kd3 Qc3# mate. Also, it took me some time to see it, but in the final position, if either queen or bishop were to intercept with 25. ...
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