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Viktor Kupreichik vs Edvins Paulsovich Kengis
Minsk URS sf (1985), Minsk BLR, rd 6, Oct-??
Alekhine Defense: Normal Variation (B03)  ·  0-1
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Feb-04-05  Knezh: How was black able to win this?
Feb-04-05  Saruman: 43.♕h4+ f6 44.♕h7+ ♔d8 45.♕h8+ ♘e8 , and black has built his own hut; and is still a piece up. That could be one way if your question was how black would win in the final position.
Apr-10-06
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  OBIT: I think <Knezh> was asking how Black was able to win a game that appeared to start rather badly for him. After 9. O-O!?, Kengis probably avoided 9...Nc2 because of 10. g4, but 10...Na6 was a definite admission that the opening did not go as planned. 12...Bg4 looked like a desperation move, but he managed to attain a position with decent prospects by castling by hand.

Kengis hung on during the trench warfare that followed, then got major help when his opponent dropped a piece (27...Bc3??). In short, a typical Alekhine's win.

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