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Wei Yi vs Aleksej Aleksandrov
World Team Chess Championship (2017), Khanty-Mansiysk RUS, rd 1, Jun-17
Indian Game: General (A45)  ·  1-0
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Jun-18-17  Whitehat1963: What happens if 49...Qxg4? Doesn't that open up the chance for perpetual check?
Jun-18-17
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  drleper: The perpetual can be avoided with a tricky knight move: 49...Qxg4 50.Qxf6 Qd1+ 51.Ne1!


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and after 51...Qxe1+ 52.Kh2 there are no more checks, with the queen also out of place to defend against the upcoming mate.

Also possible would be to swap the queens and win the c pawn: 49...Qxg4 50.Qxg4 Nxg4 51.Re8+ Kh7 52.Rc8 Ng7 53.Rxc3


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But there's more wriggling for black here.

Jun-18-17
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  OhioChessFan: 49...Qxg4 50. Qxg4+ Nxg4 51. Re8+ and then Rc8 and the c Pawn is indefensible. R+N and 3 Pawns vs N+N and 2 Pawns should be a win.
Jun-18-17
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  OhioChessFan: <drieper> we apparently cross posted. I didn't look for the line you suggested, but both should be pretty straight forward wins.
Jun-18-17
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  drleper: <OhioChessFan> No problem. In a game I'd almost definitely go for 50.Qxg4+, but Stockfish's 50.Qxf6 is the swiftest end.
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