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Lev Alburt vs Maxim Dlugy
US Championship (1991), Los Angeles, CA USA, rd 1, Jul-28
Reti Opening: Reti Gambit (A09)  ·  1-0

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Kibitzer's Corner
Apr-09-20
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  woldsmandriffield:


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Understandably, Black sought to get his King in front of the passed pawn. But 61..Kg6 spoiled a fine defence.

Black can draw with either frontal or rear defence.

Frontal: 61..Rb8 62 Kd7 Rb7+ 63 Kc6 Re7 64 Kd5 Rd7+ 65 Ke6 Rb7

Rear: 61..Rb1 62 Kd6 Rb2 (waiting) 63 e6 Kf6

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