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Michael Francis Stean vs Gyula Sax
Amsterdam IBM (1979), Amsterdam NED, rd 2, Jul-13
English Opening: King's English Variation. Three Knights System General (A27)  ·  0-1
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Kibitzer's Corner
Aug-11-07
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  chancho: Had Sax first played 21...Nh4, Stean had 22.Qg5. (keeping an eye on g2) But after Sax's 21...Ng4! 22.fxg4 Nh4, the white g4 pawn blocks the white Queen from the defense of g2. If White now plays 23.Bf3, then 23...Nxf3+ and mate on the next move.
Nov-12-07
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  chancho: On 22.Qd6 Sax has 22...Rf4! obstructing the b8-h2 diagonal. (23.Qxf4 Nxf4 and mate on g2 or h2)
Aug-01-17
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  fredthebear: This is game 4, p. 30 in the book Power Mates by Bruce Pandolfini.
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