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Jiri Fichtl vs Frantisek Blatny
CSR-ch sf (1956), Bratislava CSR, rd 1, Aug-??
Indian Game: Capablanca Variation (A47)  ·  1/2-1/2
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May-27-05
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  Gypsy: A splendid escape!

<46...Kd8(!)47.a5 Rg6(!)> this sets the trap -- including bait.

<48...Be8> gingerly loosing a move -- must not spook White

<49.d6??> of course, to close the 6-th rank -- White takes the bait.

<49...Bc6+!! => and the trap comes off: 50.Qxc6 Rg1+ 51.Kxg1 1/2 ... is now totally forced.

May-27-09  WhiteRook48: splendid!!! 49...Bc6+!!
Mar-13-11  Tigranny: Isn't 49.d6 a blunder because 49...Bc6+!!! 50.Qxc6 Rg1+!!! 51.Kxg1 stalemate?
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