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Aurel Anton vs Gert Jan Timmerman
FRG jub40 corr8692 (1986), Germany
Dutch Defense: Leningrad. Warsaw Variation (A88)  ·  0-1
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Aug-16-07  MarkThornton: After 11. c5?1 d5!. Black completely outplayed his opponent. A fine game, although I suspect that White was not in the same class as his opponent.
Jan-23-08  sambo: 42. Qxe2 is forced. If instead 42. Qf1 (forced) Qh4 43. Rh2 Qg3+ 44. Rg2 Bxh3 black will win even more handily.
Jan-23-08  aazqua: White's play here is just horrific. I think he got up to eat lunch around move 16 and ended up playing the remainder of the game in a pastrami slumber. "Mmmm, Pastrami".
Aug-06-08  Skoolboye: Why not 46 ...Qg3++?
Oct-05-09
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  bumpmobile: Given that this was a correspondence game, I would say the only way he could have missed the mate would be that he assumed Anton would play 46. Kg2, and put in a conditional move like, "45...Qe1+ 46. (Any) Qxd2+"
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