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Anton Korobov vs Ian Nepomniachtchi
Chess Olympiad (2016), Baku AZE, rd 4, Sep-05
Gruenfeld Defense: Opocensky Variation (D94)  ·  0-1
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Jan-12-17  Nova: After 39...Qc6+ it is supposedly mate in 4. But what is the finish after 40. Rd5? I can't immediately see it.
Jan-12-17
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  tpstar: 40. Rd5 Qa4+ mates along the fourth rank - 41. b4 Qxb4+ 42. Qc4 Qxc4+ 43. Rd4 Qxd4#.
Jan-12-17  Nova: Thank you <tpstar>! Wow, I'm surprised I missed that. I knew there had to be something there with the king "stalemated" in the center!

Perhaps a good puzzle position one day.

Jan-19-17  Alexandro: After Qd7+ the best moves to white would be kd3, qa4+ kc2 Draw position! ;-) Losing f4 but getting 7th line...
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