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Ludek Pachman vs Jan Timman
Geneva (1977), Geneva SUI, rd 12, Apr-09
Indian Game: Przepiorka Variation (A49)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Nov-30-02  morphynoman2: Please, take a look on the astonishing 40th black move (!!)
Dec-01-02  pawntificator: White looks better after 41 Rxe1 Rxg3+ 42 Ke4 RxQ 43 KxQ I'm probably missing some tactical shot in there somewhere.
Dec-02-02  drukenknight: I think its prett straightforward he wants to sack the R and gets as many pawns for him as possible. So maybe he gets only 3, he's up by one connected pawn at this pt. anyhow; so....

He's coming up on time control as well. The question is where is black going to find his passed pawn? Where to break through?

Feb-13-05  fgh: 40. ... Qe1 41. Rxe1 Rxg3 42. Ke4?? f5!+ 43. exf6 Nf6# mate.
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  GrahamClayton: What does Black play after 40...♕e1 41.♖e1 ♖g3+ 42.♔e2 ?
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  Phony Benoni: <GrahamClayton> After 40...♕e1 41.♖xe1 ♖xg3+ 42.♔e2, Black regains the queen with 42...♘xf4+.
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