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Daniel Abraham Yanofsky vs Larry Melvyn Evans
48th US Open (1947), Corpus Christi, TX USA, rd 2, Aug-12
Alekhine Defense: Modern. Panov Variation (B05)  ·  0-1


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Sep-13-10  Eduardo Bermudez: Good game for a very young Larry Evans !!
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  DarthStapler: What's the finish?
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  tpstar: After 30. Ke3:

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30 ... Ng4+ wins the Queen; 31. fxg4 Qxc2, or 31. Kd3 Ne5+.

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  DarthStapler: Yeah but white still has a rook and knight, I wouldn't have resigned and kept playing
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  Jim Bartle: Also, black can play Nxd1+ followed by Qxc2 and Nxc3, giving black a solid two-pawn advantage in a pawn endgame.
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  Phony Benoni: <JB> Doesn't 30...Nxd1+ allow 31.Qxd1?
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  Jim Bartle: Oops.
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Round 2 (Tuesday, August 12): ACB 1947:127; CR 1947.09:07
from US Open 1947, Corpus Christi by Phony Benoni

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