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Jens Ove Fries Nielsen vs Jan Plachetka
Rimavska Sobota (1991), rd 12
Benko Gambit: Accepted. Pawn Return Variation (A57)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Feb-16-14
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  wwall: 85.Kc6? draws. White wins with 85.Rg2+! or 85.Re4+ or 85.Kd6. For example, 85.Rg2+ Kf4 (85...Kh3 86.Rg8 h5 87.Kc6 h4 88.Kd5 Kh2 89.Ke4 h3 90.Kf3 Kh1 91.Rh8 h2 92.Ra8 Kg1 93.Ra1 mate) 86.Rh2 Kg5 87.Kc6 h5 88.Kd5 Kg4 (88...h4 89.Ke4 Kg4 90.Rg2+ Kh3 91.Rg8 wins for White) 89.Ke4 Kg5 90.Rg2+ Kf6 91.Rf2+ Kg6 92.Ke5 h4 93.Rf8 Kg7 94.Rf4 h3 95.Rh4, winning the pawn and the game.
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