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Milos Pavlovic vs Mikhail Markovich Umansky
Internet Section 16-A (2003), Dos Hermanas, rd 9, Mar-16
Borg Defense: General (B00)  ·  0-1


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Sep-02-09  mertangili: A recent example of the opening of the day in high level chess. But the ending is rather strange. It appears to be a far too obvious blunder for an over-2500 player to lost a rook for nothing. I believe he had a deeper idea that probably fails because of the immediate mate threat after 20...exf5 or just a slip of hand as 20. Rxf6 makes far more sense... Any ideas?
Mar-10-10  binno: seems to me just a blunder.
Oct-04-11  RMKvdS: It's the internet section, maybe a mouseslip?
Oct-22-12  Zanderix: Maybe the idea was 20. Rxf6 Rxf6 21. Bxg5
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  whiteshark: This was an internet blitz game.

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  fredthebear: This surely was a mouse click malfunction. Zanderix has the right idea with the rook sac followed by bishop takes pawn setting a pin. If the black queen recaptures it's mate on h7.
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