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Klaus Bischoff vs Zoltan Gyimesi
E.U. Championship and Cork Chess Congress (2005), Cork IRL, rd 10
English Opening: King's English. Two Knights' Variation General (A22)  ·  0-1


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Apr-03-05  mynameisrandy: What happens if white captures 21. gxh4?
Apr-03-05  Milo: Probably 21...Ng4, eg, 22.Bxg4 Qxh4 23.h3 Rxf2 or 22.Re1 Nxf2.
Apr-05-05  Marvol: According to Fritz, ♘g4 leads to a slightly better position for white after 22. ♗xg4 ♕xh4 23. f4 exf3ep 24. ♖f2 ♕xg4+ 25 ♔h1 etc.

Better would be the counterintuitive 21...♘e8 leading to a better position: 22. f4 exf3ep 23. ♗xf3 ♕xh4 24. ♕e2 ♕h3 25 ♕g2 ♖xf3 26 ♖xf3 ♖xf3 27 ♕xh3 ♖xh3 and white's position falls to pieces. But there might be a more convincing win in there, I did not run the analysis for very long :-)

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