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Albin Planinc vs Tigran Vartanovich Petrosian
YUG-URS (1972), Ohrid MKD, rd 4
Caro-Kann Defense: Two Knights Attack. Mindeno Variation Exchange Line (B11)  ·  0-1
ANALYSIS [x]

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Sep-20-04  Old Indian: If 20..dxNe4, 21Rd7 threatens both the B on c7 and RxNe7+, un-guarding the R on g8. If the response to RxNe7+ is ..KxRe7, there's Bc5...
Oct-05-07  herrahuu: 38.Rg1??

White could have still kept game about even with 38.Qd7+ Kxd7 39.Nxf6+ (using fork for king and queen) Ke6 40.Nxe4 Rcf8 41.Nc5+ Kd6 42.Nb3 b4 43.Re2 Ng3 44.Rxf8 Rxf8


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39.Qb6?

39.Nxf6 Kxf6 40.Qd7 (threatening knight) Nf5 41.Rgf1 (forking knight) Rg2 42.Rc1 e2 43.Rfe1 Rf8


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41..d3?

Black wins faster with: 41..Rh8 42.Qc7 Rxh7 43.Qxh7 Qxh7 44.Rxe2+ Ne4 45.a3 f5 46.Ka2 Qa7


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After resigning white still could have kept up a fight even it is hopeles.

43.Kc1 (forced) Nc4 (threatening queen) 44.Rxe2+ Qxe2 (white looses rook) 45.Qd4 Rg8 46.Qxf6+ Kd5 47.Qf5+ Kd6 48.Qf4+ Kc5 49.Ng5 Qxb2+ 50.Kd1 Re8 51.Ne4+ Rxe4 52.Qf8+ (white can't take the rook because of checkmate with 52..Qd2#) Nd6 53.Qxd6+ (53.Qh6 Qe2+ 54.Kc1 Rc4+ 55.Kb1 Qc2+ 56.Ka1 Qc3+ 57.Kb1 Rb4# is faster for black ) Kxd6 54.a3 Rd4+ 55.Ke1 Qd2+ 56.Kf1 Rf4+ 57.Kg1 Qf2+ 58.Kh1 Rh4#


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Jul-22-09  stanleys: <herrahuu> Did you make this analysis just to make people laugh?
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