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Leonardo Tristan vs Wagner Martins Madeira
"Tristan - Wagner's Tragic Drama" (game of the day Jul-11-2019)
Villa Martelli (2008), Villa Martelli ARG, rd 4, Oct-13
Sicilian Defense: Closed Variation. Traditional (B25)  ·  1-0
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Jul-11-19  SeanAzarin: Lovely finish!

34... K-R1 or 34... K-N1 is answered by 35 Q-N7 mate.

34... K-N3 35 Q-N7 ch K-R4 36 Q R6 mate.

Bravo, Leo!

Jul-11-19
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  An Englishman: Good Evening: Please permit me a moment of shocked and stunned admiration for <Lossmaster's> inspired title for this game. Pretty interesting game, too.
Jul-11-19  Ironmanth: Sweet finish! Thanks, chessgames! Y'all have an awesome day out there in the chess universe.
Jul-11-19  acapo: 34... K-N3 35 Q-N7 ch K-R4 36 Q R6 mate.

That is R5 not 4 and queen can mate on also on N4

Jul-11-19
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  Phony Benoni: Yes, the title is quite unusual. I would have expected something like <Tristan Shout>.
Jul-11-19
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  MissScarlett: Or <Tristan's Handy>.
Jul-11-19
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  cormier: propably 30...Rg8 was better
Jul-11-19  Momentum Man: Isolde my ticket for this show
Jul-11-19  Cheapo by the Dozen: You guys are Arden punsters.
Jul-11-19
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  OhioChessFan: Tristan the Knight Away
Jul-12-19  areknames: Clever pun and interesting game. 22.b4! is the crtical move, breaking through on the Q side. Now, they always say you move the wrong rook; if Black had played 20...Rdxc8, b4 wouldn't have been possible, at least for the time being. White is still better but there is no immediate way of gaining a decisive advantage. So, I suppose you always capture with the wrong rook as well.
Jul-12-19  areknames: <Isolde my ticket for this show> Hahaha!
Jul-13-19  areknames: <they always say you move the wrong rook>. That should read <they say you always move the wrong rook>. Apologies.
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