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Koneru Humpy vs Neil Berry
BCF-ch (1999), Scarborough ENG, rd 9, Aug-11
Nimzowitsch-Larsen Attack: General (A06)  ·  1-0
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Jun-30-05  EmperorAtahualpa: What happens after 28...h5?
Jul-08-05  BipolarChessorder: 28....h5 29. Rxh5! gh 30. Qg5+ followed by 31. Bxe7 and 32.Bf6
Jul-12-05  EmperorAtahualpa: I was thinking that too, but what if 30...♘g6?

By the way, I believe 32.Bf6 is not possible because of 32...♘xf6

Aug-02-05  arifattar: What a game. The Black Queen roams around practically half the board and returns to its original position. The White Queen just makes one small move from its position and the game is over.
Jan-18-06  thesonicvision: 29..h5
30. Qg5! and white goes up
the exchange with a clear win to boot.
Jan-18-06  chesswonders: <arifattar>, interesting observation there!
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