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Stefan Buecker vs Hendrik Seegers
BRD-BL Bochum/Bayern (1987)
King's Gambit: Accepted. Cunningham Defense (C35)  ·  1-0


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  al wazir: I think 36...Qd1+ draws. If 37. Bb3 then 37...Rxa2+ 38. Kb4 Rb2. If 37. Ka3, then 37...Qc1+ repeats the position.
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  Cyphelium: <al wazir> After 36.- ♕d1+ 37. ♔a5, I see no more checks for black, while white has the double threat of 38. ♕d8 mate and 38. ♕b5+ ♔c8 39. ♗e6 mate. The mate threat can be parried by 37.- ♖xa2+ 38. ♗xa2 ♕a1, but 39. ♕d8+ ♔b7 40. ♕d5+ and then ♗b4 is still completely winning for white.
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  alexrawlings: Wow, what a game!
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