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Perez vs Fernandez
**Rd--()-, Aviles (1947)
French Defense: Winawer Variation (C15)  ·  1-0
ANALYSIS [x]

FEN COPIED

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Dec-27-03  Halfpricemidge: Cool game.
Dec-27-03  ChessPraxis: if 13. ... Kxf6 then 14. Qg5#
Dec-27-03  ChessPraxis: or if 13. ... Kh8 then 14. Bxf8 Nh6 15. Qxh6#
Dec-27-03  doreshk: doesn't get easyer than this.
Dec-27-03  sally: Looks like 12...Rh8 would have saved it for black?
Dec-27-03  talchess2003: <doreshk: doesn't get easyer than this. >

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Dec-27-03  AlexBabich: <patzer2> can you please look at Shamkovich vs DeFirmian, 1985 and tell me why did white resign? Just kibitz the game. ♕Thanks♕
Dec-27-03
Premium Chessgames Member
  kevin86: Another case of white being able to attack with queen and two minor pieces vs a lonely knight on D. NO contest. A nice manoever by the attacking pieces.
Dec-27-03  meddle: I just registered to say that I actually got this one so it must have been easy!
Dec-27-03
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  patzer2: Black's 12...h6?? was a blunder. Better was 12...Rh8! with advantage.

Fritz 8 gives Black a clear advantage after 12...Rh8! 13. Bh6+ Nxh6 14. Qg5+ kf8 15. Qxh6+ Ke7 16. Ne4 Qg8 17. Bd3 Kd8 18. g3 Qf8 19. Qe3 Ne7 (-0.94 @ 13/46 depth & 657 kN/s).

However after 12...Rh8 13. g4 h6 14. gxf5 hxg5 15. Qxg5+ Kf8 16. Rg1 Bf4 17. Nh7+ Rxh7 18. Qg8+ Ke7 19. f6+ Kd6 20. Qxh7 Nxd4 21. Bg2 Kc5 (-0.66 @ 14/44 depth & 660kN/s), Fritz assesses Black as having only a slight advantage.

Dec-27-03
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  patzer2: After 12...Rh8 13. g4 h6 14. gxf5 hxg5 15. Qxg5+ Kf8 16. Rg1 Bf4 17. Nh7+ Rxh7 18. Qg8+ Ke7 19. f6+ Kd6 20. Qxh7 Nxd4 21. Rd1! (my own improvement for Fritz to consider) in the line above, White fully equlizes according to Fritz 8.

Fritz's analysis in this line continues 21...Qxf6 22. Qd3 Be5 23. Rg4 Ke7 24. f4 Bxf4 25. Qxd4 Qxd4 26. Rxd4 e5 27. Rgxf4 exd4 (0.00 @ 14/50 depth & 663kN/s).

Dec-27-03
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  patzer2: <AlexBabich> Log back onto the game Shamkovich vs DeFirmian, 1985 (your link above)and you will see the Black win as given by <Crafty>.
Dec-27-03  nateinstein: I was looking at Rh8 myself, there is no hope for white after that move, so whites attack is just folly if black plays his defence correcty just one more move. But still a lucky and insightful win for white.
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