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Ernest F Pecci vs Fritz (Computer)
Pecci vs Fritz Match (2001), USA, rd 45
Bird Opening: From Gambit. Declined (A02)  ·  1-0
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Aug-16-12
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  torrete64: I was playing this game in the Guess-a-move. I played 22. Rh8+ and TOGA gave me a -2 for such a move. I think 22. Rh8+ is a good move as after 22... Kxh8 23. Qh2+ Kg8 24. Rh1 and threatening mate by Qh8#

I guess Pecci really does mess up computers :-)

Aug-16-12  mandy64: The point of 21. Rdg1 is to defend the g5 pawn. In your line, after 24. Rh1, black can play 24..Qxg5+ and 25..Qxf6. White has no mate and down in material.
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  torrete64: Now I get it... thanks mandy64 :-)
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