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Bu Xiangzhi vs Daniel Rensch
Canadian Open (2007), Ottawa CAN, rd 6, Jul-11
English Opening: Anglo-Indian Defense. King's Knight Variation (A15)  ·  1-0
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Jul-12-07  Ashram64: crushing win for the Chinese GM with 22.Qe6!! tactically demolished the FM. Hope he will reach 2700 soon.
Jul-12-07  notyetagm: Position after 22 ♕d4-d6!!


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Wow, what a move.

The obvious point is 22 ... ♕e6x♕d6?? 23 ♖f3xf7#!

(VAR) Position after 22 ... ♕e6x♕d6?? 23 ♖f3xf7#!

Jul-13-07  Timex: Daniel M Rensch is a FM?? he has a nice rating though....
Jul-18-07
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  lilfoohk: Another important lesson , use all of your forces , and rooks needed to be connected
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