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Alexander Alekhine vs N Zubakin
cr 1906-07 (1907)
King's Gambit: Accepted. Bishop's Gambit (C33)  ·  0-1
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Sep-21-04
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  Knight13: 32. Kf2 would be better.
Sep-22-04
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  Chessical: <Knight13> Your suggestion of <32.Kf2> fails to <32...Nh1+> 33.Rxh1 g3+ 34.Kxg3 Qxe3.
Jun-21-06  PolishPentium: Is there any merit to 29 Qg5+ for White?
Jun-22-06  harcee sarmiento: 29.Qg5 yes your right. give me time to analyze it for you.
Jun-22-06  MrMelad: <PolishPentium: Is there any merit to 29 Qg5+ for White?> I don't think so:

29. Qg5+ Qg6

now, if 30 Qd8+ Kg7 with advantage to black, 30 Rd8 or 30 h5 or 30 e6 black answers: 30 .. Qxg6.

did I missed something?

Jun-22-06  MrMelad: thats of course - 30 Rd1.
Jun-25-06  harcee sarmiento: 29.Qg5 Qg6 30.Qxg6! fxg6 31.Kf2! Ne4 32. Kf1! a6 33 Rd1 or 32...a6 33.Rxa7. am i right MrMelad?
Jun-25-06  psmith: <harcee sarmiento> in your variation after 32. Kf1, Black plays 32... g3 and then if 33. Rxa7 Nd2+ winning.
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