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Igor Alexandre Nataf vs Nigel Short
FIDE World Ch (2000), New Delhi IND, rd 2, Dec-02
French Defense: Normal Variation (C10)  ·  1-0
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May-08-05  Autoreparaturwerkbau: Excellent case of R+B vs R endings. Short just couldn't save the position.
May-08-05  Sydro: Great play by white. Black blundered with 92...Rd1
he would be ok if he had played Rg7, Rh7, Ra7 Rd4, or Rd8 instead.
Apr-17-12  kubek87: i don't understand in his book Alexander Bielawski wrote... 91...Rd7 ("simple is Rb1") Rb1?????????

Modern Endgame Practice page:42, or diagram 88

Dec-07-13
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  wwall: 73...Rh1 loses. Black should play 73...Rg6 or 73...Rf6.

Instead of 74.Rf7, White can win with 74.Re6 Rc1 75.Bc5 Rc4 76.Rd6 Ke7 77.Rd4 with a discovered check, winning the rook.

92...Rd1? is the losing move. Black can draw with 92...Rd8 or other rook moves along the 7th rank. Now, after 92...Rd1 93.Rb5! threatens 94.Rb8 mate.

Sep-23-16
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  Plaskett: Well spotted, wwall.
The win by 74 Re6 (stopping the check at h6) I mean.

But that is highly unusual and hardly a win la Philidor position. The Philidor positions have, with the black king confined to his back rank central sqaures, a light squared bishop.

Cute line, nevertheless.


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