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Eugene Aleksandrovich Znosko-Borovsky vs Arthur John Mackenzie
Weston (1924), Weston-super-Mare ENG, rd 7, Apr-24
Spanish Game: Closed Variations (C84)  ·  1-0
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Sep-28-05
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  wwall: Is 25...Ng7 and 26...Re6 any better?

Perhaps 26...Rb8, aiming for 27...b4.

After 29.Ng4, White threatens 30.Qxd8 and 31.Nf6+

Can Black play 29...Qc7 instead?

After 30.Qxe7, if 30...Rxe7 31.Nf6+ Kh8 32.Nxd7

Feb-12-07  Octavia: if 25...Ng7 26.Bc5 (threatens to win the exchange)Re6 28 Qh4 Rfe8 29. Ng5 The threat of mate wins the exchange after all.

Chernev, in Logical chess, move by move, actually said: "...will win the rook at e6." But R, B, N or P can take the N.

May-26-18  thejack: Didnīt 27.Ng5 win instantly?
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