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Alexander Fishbein vs Robert Lee Hess
PRO Chess League (Atlantic) (2017), chess.com INT, rd 2, Jan-18
Scotch Game: Scotch Gambit. Advance Variation (C45)  ·  0-1
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Sep-12-17  chessperson2222222: White has forced mate after 38. Rg5
Sep-12-17
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  tpstar: <38. Rg5!> If 38 ... Qf7 (to defend h5) then 39. Qxf6+! wins. Or 38 ... Rf5 39. Rxh5+! Rxh5 40. Qxf8+ mates.

Great pick-up.

Sep-12-17  wtpy: Chessperson,tpstar--Don't think so-- 38.. Qd5+ and 39 Rd5 and Rg1g2 both look losing. Think Fishbein played best move.
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  keypusher: <wtpy: Chessperson,tpstar--Don't think so-- 38.. Qd5+ and 39 Rd5 and Rg1g2 both look losing. Think Fishbein played best move.>

How is White losing after 39.Rxd5? If 39....Rxf2 then 40.Rxh5 is mate.

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