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Leonid Kaushansky vs Gregory Kaidanov
Chicago US-open (08) (1992)
Vienna Game: Mieses Variation (C26)  ·  0-1
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Oct-30-16
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  fredthebear: In the final position, the White king is in check and must move as the only means to responding to the check.

- If 24.Kb1 Nd2+ wins the White Rf1.
- If 24.Kc2 (or 24.Kd1 is the same) BxNg1 25.RxBg1 Ne3+ wins the loose White Bg4. If instead 25.Kb3 Bxh2 26.KxNc4 Re4+ also wins the loose White Bg4. Regardless of the White king's choice, the Black minor pieces will respond and gain material.

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