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Sergei Tiviakov vs Jesus Camilo Rivera Rodriguez
Morelia Open (2007), Morelia MEX, rd 1, Feb-15
Sicilian Defense: Alapin Variation. Barmen Defense (B22)  ·  1-0
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Aug-08-07  jtd200: Some nice tricks in this one!
Aug-08-07  Comandente: Why not 24. Qxg7#? :P Just toying with ROdriguez?
Aug-08-07  nescio: <Comandente: Why not 24. Qxg7#?> An unreadable scoresheet? Perhaps 23...Bg6 was played when 24.Rxg6 is decisive.
Jan-15-10  randomsac: Rxe6 was nice play. I also have question about the missed mate-in-1!
Jan-15-10  skytzo985: misread scoresheet is the most probable thing - 23...Bg6 24.Rxg6! fg 25.Re7 wins
Jul-04-15
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  Mating Net: 13.Rxe6 is a nice little shot to grab the e pawn. The Rook is immune due to 14.Nxe6 which mates the Black Queen as both Knights control all the flight squares.
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