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Michael Bezold vs Klaus Bischoff
2nd Fraenkische Grossmeistertage (2004), Pulvermuehle GER, rd 2, Feb-20
Indian Game: Yusupov-Rubinstein System (A46)  ·  1-0
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Jul-13-05  Knight13: There's no way Klaus Bischoff didn't see 39. Qh8+ followed by Qxb2. Black played 38. Rxb2 maybe because there's a mate threat or something? But I don't see why.

Good game.

Jul-13-05  Shams: the b2 bishop is worth far more than a rook! white threatened Qh8+ winning loads of material.
Jul-13-05  Knight13: <Shams: the b2 bishop is worth far more than a rook! white threatened Qh8+ winning loads of material.> I see. Thanks.
Jul-13-05  OneBadDog: Why was Black so eager to trade off his b7 ♗? It seems to have given White a lead in development without giving Black anything in return.
Jan-18-09  WhiteRook48: oh, I thought throwing the ♖ away for the enemy ♗ was just an outright blunder.
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