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Jose Fernando Cubas vs Dimitrios Mastrovasilis
"Cub's Squeeze Play" (game of the day Nov-03-2016)
Chess Olympiad (2014), Tromso NOR, rd 2, Aug-03
Sicilian Defense: Paulsen Variation (B46)  ·  1-0


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Aug-03-14  Gottschalk: 45.Bc6!! someone remembers a blow like this?
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  Gregor Samsa Mendel: After white's 45th, the board went bang bang:
Aug-10-14  falso contacto: fantastic indeed.
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  WannaBe: Be funny as heck if have to change back to the Anand's game as Game of the Day...
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  perfidious: White's 45th is a most imaginative and elegant shot.
Nov-03-16  SeanAzarin: Black could have prolonged his resistance with 60... B-B3.

60... K-B1?? blundered away the Bishop and the game immediately.

Nov-03-16  SeanAzarin: Although by that point Black was pretty much screwed regardless. White is threatening 61 Q-R6 ch.
Nov-03-16  AlicesKnight: <perfidious: White's 45th is a most imaginative and elegant shot.> Agreed; the Rh8+ pin from behind caps it nicely. And yes, after 60....Bb3, 61.Qh6+ Kg8; 62.Kf6 and the Q protects f4 meaning that the mate can only be delayed by giving up the R.
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  kevin86: One white moves ends it quickly.
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