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Arthur Bisguier vs Andrija Fuderer
Gothenburg Interzonal (1955), Gothenburg SWE, rd 3, Aug-18
Formation: King's Indian Attack (A07)  ·  0-1


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May-13-09  Guguni: I do not see the continuation after 29. Q:b3 R:a1.
May-13-09  Manic: <Guguni> Black threatens 30...Bh3 so white can try Kg2 but then Nd4 and the queen is trapped (took me some time to see this because I thought the Q could take the b2 pawn =/.)
Nov-20-12  vinidivici: After 29.Qxb3 Rxa1 30.Kg2 Nd4 queen trapped

After 30.Qc2 Bh3!

Nov-12-15  zydeco: Very creative queen play by Fuderer. Ironically, it's white's queen that ends up getting trapped.
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  jith1207: Note just Nd4 traps the queen, but queen cannot stay on the second rank. Nd4 takes care of c2 and e2, d2 doesn't help bishop, g2 would stand in the way of Bh3, f2 would be in the line of fire under check from Bd4. At best, white can get to a bishop down.

I haven't seen such a simple position turns upside down to a much simpler completely lost situation.

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