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Mihai Suba vs Maia Chiburdanidze
Dortmund (1983), rd 6
King's Indian Defense: Makagonov Variation (E71)  ·  1-0
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Oct-13-12  vinidivici: 104...Ke4 is an error.
after 105.g3 the pawn is immune temporally because Rg4 threatens.

So the best way to defend is
104...Ng6
105.Kd3 Ne5+
106.Kd4 f3
107.g3 f2
108.Rf8+ Kg4
109.Rxf2 Nf3
110.Ke3 Ng5
111.Rg2 Kh3
112.Rg1 Kh2
113.Re1 Kxg3 DRAW

Oct-13-12  fokers13: Is the sac 21..Rxe5 actually worth anything?

It sure seems inviting to be honest.

Oct-13-12  vinidivici: <fokers13> what you were talking about is the mid-part.

Too many pieces are left and too complex also, unless you have done with the engine, it surely would have needed a long time to be precise.

ANyway, yes, it looks inviting. With the advantage with the activities of pieces. But i dont sure also.

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