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Varuzhan Akobian vs Julio Becerra Rivero
US Championship (2009), St. Louis, MO USA, rd 4, May-11
Semi-Slav Defense: Stoltz Variation (D45)  ·  1-0
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V Akobian vs J Becerra-Rivero, 2009

Jun-29-09  WhiteRook48: 46...Kh5 47 Bf3+! Kh6 48 g7+ Kh7 49 Be4+ Kg8 50 Qf8#
Aug-28-09  MarioBalibrera: <46...Kh5 47 Bf3+! Kh6 48 g7+ Kh7 49 Be4+ Kg8 50 Qf8#>

Not bad, but I see a couple faster mates. ;-)

Sep-24-11  mig26: 46 kh5 Qh4++
Aug-27-12  master of defence: What happens after 18...Rfe8?
Apr-07-17  Rafaelvleite: 18... Rfe8 19. Bd6, followed by e5, Ng5, Bc4, Rd3, with a strong attack to king and black pieces locked in the queenside
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