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Wolfgang Unzicker vs Erik Ruben Lundin
Amsterdam ol (Men) fin-A (1954), Amsterdam NED, rd 3, Sep-14
Sicilian Defense: Marshall Counterattack (B40)  ·  1-0
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  GrahamClayton: White missed 55. ♖c8 ♖a6+ 56. ♖c6 ♖a7 57. ♖c5#

Source: Jon Speelman "Endgame Preparation", Batsford 1986

Oct-17-18  GoniecC4: Some notes about the endgame. 44.Ra3? (44g5 45.hg fg 46.Ra8 Kg6 47.a7 Kg7=; 45.Ra8 gh4 46.gh4 Kg4=) 45.Ra8+- (no more time for Black to play g5 and return with the king on g7) Ra2 46.Kf3 (46.a7! with the idea of the game, to go with the king to h6) Ra3+ 47.Ke2? (47.Kg2! Ra2 48.a7!) Ke4? (47Kg4! 48.a7 Ra2+ 49.Ke1 Kf3 50.Rf8 Rxa7=; 49.Kd1 Kf3 50.Rf8 Rxa7 51.Txf6+ Kg2 52.Kd2 Ke7=; 48.Rg8 Kf5=) 48.f3+ +-
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