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Viktor Antonovich Bologan vs John Nunn
Bundesliga (1992/93), GER, Oct-24
Pirc Defense: Austrian Attack. Dragon Formation (B09)  ·  0-1
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Nov-10-05  Dres1: What happens on 31 Nxb6?
Nov-10-05  delterp: 31...♖f1+! 32 ♖x♖ e1=♕+! then 33 ♖x♕ allows 33...♖x♖# or black is simply up a queen for a rook.
Jan-23-07  notyetagm: <delterp: 31 ... Rf1+! 32 RxR e1=Q+! then 33 RxQ allows 33 ... RxR# or black is simply up a queen for a rook.>

Very nice tactic. Black uses the <WEAK BACK RANK> (Black g4-knight covering the f2- and h2-flight squares) to promote his passed e2-pawn by using the <RELOADER> theme to <RELOAD> on e1 with mate.

31 ♘x♘b6?? ♖f1+! 32 ♖x♖f1 <blockaders do not defend> e1=♕+! 33 ♖x♕e1?? ♖x♖e1# <reloading on e1 with mate>

Dec-20-07
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  whiteshark: This game was played during the German team championship (Bundesliga) 1992-1993 on the 24th Oct 1992.
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