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City of Edinburgh vs London Chess Club
Correspondence match (1824), London/Edinburgh, rd 1
Bishop's Opening: Boi Variation (C23)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Jan-14-05
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  Knight13: 35... Rxb2 followed by Rc2 and Black should be winning, or is there a reason why Black didn't play this?
Jan-15-05  beatgiant: <Knight13: 35... Rxb2 followed by Rc2 and Black should be winning> How far down the line have you checked this? White can counterattack Black's pawns too, so I'm not sure it is winning.

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35...Rxb2 36. Ra8+ Kf7 37. Rb8 Rc2 38. Rxb7+ Kf6 39. Rd7 Rxc3 40. Rxd6+ Kg5 41. Re6 Rb3 42. Rxe5+ Kxg4 43. Rc5 Rxb4 44. Rxc6. Black takes four White pawns, White takes four Black pawns.

Feb-10-08  wolfmaster: Yes, this was a level draw between two good chess clubs. But shouldn't Paris be playing some old games?
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