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Andras Adorjan vs Laszlo Perecz
HUN-ch (1975), Budapest HUN, Dec-??
Spanish Game: Exchange Variation. Alapin Gambit (C69)  ·  1-0

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Could Black have saved himself by playing 36...Nxe5 instead of 36...fxe5+?

Sep-15-12
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  wwall: I don't think 36...Nxe5 saves Black. 36...Nxe5 37.Nxe5 fxe5+ 38.Ke4 a5 39.f6 Ke6 40.f7 Kxf7 41.Kxe5 Ke7 42.Kd5 a4 43.a3! (not 43.Kxc5?? a3! wins for Black) and White should easily win.

After 33.Bf4, if 33...Bxf4 34.Kxf4, followed by 35.Nh2 and 36.Ng4. Can Black hold?

Looks like 36.e5+! is the winning move. After 35...b4 36.cxb4 cxb4 37.Ke3 c3 38.bxc3 bxc3 39.Ne1 Ne5 looks drawish.

Sep-16-12
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  GrahamClayton: <wwall>After 33.♗f4 ♗xf4 34.♔xf4, followed by 35.Nh2 and 36.Ng4. Can Black hold?

<wwall>,
It seems White's best plan is to advance the King, and then move the knight to either threaten the f6-pawn or go to g6. However once Black's king gets to f7, it makes it very difficult for the White king to get to g7.

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