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Richard Reti vs David Janowski
Marienbad (1925), Marianske Lazne CSR, rd 1, May-21
English Opening: Symmetrical. Fianchetto Variation (A36)  ·  1-0

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Sep-07-05  paladin at large: Why not 46.......Rf2+ ?
Sep-07-05  delterp: As far as I see, after 46...♖f2+ follows 47 ♕x♖ ♗x♖ 48 ♘x♗! and now the only way to prevent the march of the d pawn is 48...♗e3, intending to go to g5. However once the bishop gets there, black will drop both the a and c pawns to the hungry black horse. 49 d6 ♗g5 else d7 makes the pawn unstoppable. Then 50 ♘xc5 and 51 ♘xa6. Moving the a pawn to a5 is futile, 50...a5? 51 ♘b7 and it is doomed anyway. Black's knight on h4 is too far away to be of any use.

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