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Jan Hein Donner vs Paul Keres
Zurich (1959), Zurich SUI, rd 5, May-24
Sicilian Defense: Kan. Knight Variation (B43)  ·  0-1
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Jan-30-04  grozny: I like this one. Donner resigned because of the incipient combination: 25. Bxf5 Rxg3+ 26. fxg3 d3+ winning the queen. Short and sweet. It was a decent contest until 24. Qe2??.

Chessgames.com, this would be a good one for your daily tactical puzzle.

Jan-31-04  Catfriend: 7..h5 looks strange... And generally, Keres here goes out of his way to break the rules of common strategy!
Jan-31-04  Catfriend: Yet, the game is great! A star for the sky of my collection:)
Jan-31-04  WhoKeres: Keres was obviously playing for a win with black against a player he thought he should beat. Its one of his rare games with the Sicilian defense as black (in this case it was a transposition). The winning idea is beautiful and unusual as well.
Aug-25-17
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  tpstar: Black to Play and Win after 24. Qe2.

This puzzle shows up elsewhere with colors reversed. =)

Aug-25-17  jvv: Black should play 24. Nxd4 with big advantage.
Aug-25-17  sneaky pete: I guess <jvv> means "White should play 24.Nxd4 .."


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but after 24... Bc4 25.Qf3 Bxd4 26.Rxd4 Bxf1


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I don't know about the "big advantage".

Of course it's important here to play ... Bxd4 before you capture the Rook on f1.

Aug-25-17  sneaky pete: Oh dear! I just realised that after 24.Nxd4 Bc4 whiite can play 25.Qxc4 .. immediately. After 25... Rxc4 26.Ne6+ Ke7 27.Nxd8 Rxe4 28.Nxb7 Rxg3+ 29.Kh2 Rxa3 we get this position


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Maybe 29... Rgg4 or 29... Rg6 is better in this line.

Aug-26-17  sneaky pete: That second line I posted here yesterday is complete nonsense. I was suffering from a hallucination of some sort.
Sep-03-17
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  fredthebear: <sneaky pete> We understand sneaky pete. It can happen to anyone (and will, sooner or later). Some imagination is good in chess, but it can drift.

We appreciate your many contributions to this sight. Keep 'em comin'! Thanks man!

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