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Xie Jun vs Vlastimil Hort
Women-Veterans (1995), Prague CZE, rd 2, Jul-??
Caro-Kann Defense: Advance. Short Variation (B12)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Oct-12-17  erony: White missed a win in 50th move. Can you find it ?
Oct-12-17
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  WannaBe: <erony> Thanks for that little heads up, ran it through computer, 50. Ke2 is it.
Oct-12-17  Retireborn: Hecht also missed that in Chessbase magazine; he only analyses 50.g4 and 50.f4, both of which win for Black(!)
Oct-12-17  erony: Yes, 50 g4?? & 50 f4?? are suicide.

Of course, 50 Ke2!! is a difficult move, but when you see that after ...f6 (like in the game) you can take and play f4, because the WK can go to f3, you begin to think it is a good idea. It remains the main variation, 50...b4, still difficult (especially the 54th move). Also no trivial are 50...Kg5 & 50...Kf5 (for 51...f6).

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