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Ljubomir Ljubojevic vs Roman Dzindzichashvili
New York International Open (1984), New York, NY USA, rd 9, May-??
Caro-Kann Defense: Karpov Variation (B17)  ·  0-1


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Jan-10-05  me to play: 44.Ree7??
This must have been time pressure.
After 44.Rxf8ch Qxf8 45.Qe6ch Qf7
46.Qe3 white is fine
Jan-11-05  hkannan2000: It was draw by repetition, but neither claimed it seems.
Jan-11-05  sleepkid: Perhaps this was a blitz game. Hard to see the move as being a time pressure blunder since it's after the 40th move. is a howler though.

Mar-23-08  Granny O Doul: This game was played on Board One in the last round of Jose Cuchi’s New York International, held right after his NY Open. As to why L did not claim a draw, he trailed D by a half point and his prize with a draw would scarcely be different from his guaranteed minimum as a foreign GM. They may have been past the time control, but they both had lost track of the move number and so were still playing blitz. D actually threw in the rook check on 44 and captured White’s rook on 45. This earned him $20,000 and a kiss from a guy who D was rumored to owe a lot of money, while a draw would have been worth about seven grand, and probably no more than a hug from the interested spectator.
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