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Smbat Gariginovich Lputian vs Einar J Gausel
37th Chess Olympiad (2006), Turin ITA, rd 4, May-24
Slav Defense: Quiet Variation (D11)  ·  1-0


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  ToTheDeath: A crushing miniature.

17...hxg5 18.Rxd7! Qxd7 19.Nf6+ and mates.

22...g6 23.Rfd1 and Black is defenseless against threats of Qf4-f6 and R1d6- 23...Re6 24.Qxe6! fxe6 25.Rg7+ with devastation.

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  arsen387: fascinating tactics starting from white's 17th move.

<22...g6 23.Rfd1 and Black is defenseless against threats of Qf4-f6 and R1d6- 23...Re6 24.Qxe6! fxe6 25.Rg7+ with devastation.> great line. actually after 22..g6 23.Qxg6 also should work I guess, though with far less effect :)

Mar-02-10  ounos: 23. Qxg6+! Indeed. Ouch ouch ouch. Talk about sting in the tail.
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  FSR: After 22...g6, 23.Qxg6+ may eventually win, but it is a very weak move.
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