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Andrija Fuderer vs Oscar Panno
Gothenburg Interzonal (1955), Gothenburg SWE, rd 4, Aug-19
Sicilian Defense: Najdorf Variation (B96)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Jul-17-11  airjordinzz: wooooow!! amazing game!
Jul-17-11  airjordinzz: I cant find a strong continuation for white if black just takes the knight on move 29 tho, maybe Im missing it?
Jul-17-11
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  Fusilli: <airjondinzz> Good question. I tried to find something for a while, and then I gave up and "asked" Fritz... the engine says 29...Kxa6 is the way to go, with an evaluation below -1.00. The main line goes

29...Kxa6 30.Bf1+ b5 31.g5 hxg5 32.a4 Nb7


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And here either 33.fxg5 or 33.axb5+ both lead to 33.axb5+ Kb6 34.fxg5 Rxh2


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Black should win.

Jul-17-11  airjordinzz: thanks for the analysis, yeah I couldnt find anything after Kxa6, they might have been in time trouble, very interesting and well played game on both sides nonetheless
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