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Peter K Wells vs John Emms
Redbus KO (2000), Southend ENG, rd 1
Zukertort Opening: Sicilian Invitation (A04)  ·  1-0
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Apr-20-17
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  fredthebear: This finish is what I refer to as a Railroad Mate, where the Black king is ushered down the tracks between the opposing rook and queen, who take turns giving check and supporting one another. It can occur along rank or file. 34...Kg5 is forced. 35.Qf6+ Kg4 37.Rh4#. If the White king and pawns were not present, the queen on the f-file and rook on the h-file could have forced the Black king on the g-file all the way to the edge of the board for mate.
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  Moose Malloy: Outstanding game.
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