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Akiba Rubinstein vs Jacques Mieses
Berlin Four Masters (1918), Berlin DEU, rd 5, Apr-27
Budapest Defense: Rubinstein Variation (A52)  ·  0-1
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Jun-06-05  aw1988: Would Rce1 save white?
Jun-06-05
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  WannaBe: <aw1988> which move? There are a lot of rook movements out there. (Or I am so buzzed I can't figure out the key move.)
Jun-07-05  aw1988: My apologies. 24. Rce1
Jun-07-05
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  WannaBe: <aw1988> Best recommended move was 24. ♖f2 ♕d3 25. ♕xb7 ♖e2
26. ♖xe2 ♕xe2
27. ♖a1 ♗d3

If
24. Rce1 Qxe1 25. Rxe1 Rxe1+ 26. Kh2 f6 27. Qa4+ b5 28. Qc2 Bf7 29. Qf2 Re6 30. g3 c5 31. Bf4 Rg8 32. Qa2 Rd8 33. Qa6 Ke7 34. Qxb5 Bg6 35. Qb7+ Rd7 36. Qf3 Ra7 37. Qd5 Bf7 38. Qd3 Ra2+ 39. Kh3 Rf2 40. c4 Bg8 41. Qd5 Ree2 42. Qxd6+ Kf7 43. g4 Rf3+ 44. Bg3 Ree3 45. gxh5 Rxg3+ 46. Kh2 Rh3+ 47. Kg1 Rxh4 48. Qxc5 Re5 49. Qa7+ Kf8 50. c5 Rf5 51. Qb8+ Kg7 52. Qg3+ Rg5 53. Kf2 Rxg3 54. Kxg3 Rxh5 55. c6 Rc5 56. Kf4 Rxc6 57. Ke3 Rc4 58. Ke2 Ra4 59. Kf3 Bd5+ 60. Kf2 f5 61. Ke2 f4 62. Kd2 Ra2+ 63. Kd3 f3 64. Ke3 f2 65. Kd3 f1=Q+ 66. Kd4 Qc4+ 67. Ke5 Re2+ 68. Kf5 Re7 69. Kg5 Re5#

Jun-07-05  aw1988: It even analyzed it out to mate! Splendid. *end sarcasm*

Nice job, mate. :/

Sep-12-07  smarterthanbobby: I just don't get why white just quit?
can anyone inform me why? down a pawn
white just gives up?
Sep-12-07  pawnofdoom: <smarterthanbobby> Probably becaause he was scared of either 32. ... Qxc3 making black 2 pawns up in a won endgame, or maybe even 32. ... Bxg2+ 33. Kxg2 f6!, which will possibly win a pawn, after 34. ... fxg5 35. hxg5 Rxg5+
Sep-12-07  smarterthanbobby: why in the world does black not take
the bisop on move 19? what is he blind?
Sep-12-07  smarterthanbobby: thanks pawn but probably dosen't
give clarity... anyone understand
why?
Dec-12-07  Yurys student: <smarterthanbobby> I am not sure why Rhg8 is better, but when I put the position into Fritz 6 (don't have anything better, Fritz 6 came with chessbase lite for free) it said that white was at -2 and after 19...Qxe2, only a -1.
Dec-13-07
Premium Chessgames Member
  Gilmoy: <smarterthanbobby: ... why white just quit?> White's Q and R are both attacked, hence 32.Qa6 Qf2 and Black mates. White has no perpetual, e.g. 33.Rxc7+ Kxc7 34.Qa7+ Bb7, or 33.Qa5+ Ke6. So White must give up his Q for the B.
Jul-21-17  Chesstorian72: <NotSmarterthanbobby><why in the world does black not take the bisop on move 19? what is he blind?> Because f5 is annoying and why not gain a tempo first then take the bishop, now the rook is on the g file and when the queen moves away QxB is better cuz if now f5 there is Nxh4.
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