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Aleksander Wojtkiewicz vs Ulf Andersson
Haninge (1990), Haninge SWE, rd 11, May-??
English Opening: Symmetrical Variation. Two Knights Line (A37)  ·  0-1

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Oct-05-19  RookLifter: Nice ending. White’s pieces are screened off by the powerful black white-square bishop. No defence against the h-pawn. If 41.Kxh2 then of course 42...Rh5 followed by ...Rh1 mate.
Oct-06-19  Brian.elkhoury: 40. Rd2 obviously is a disaster. I couldn't see a black win after 40.Kh2 Be4 Re4 Rf2 Rf2 Kh3 Ra2 Rg4 Ra4 Rg7 Kd8 Rg8 Ke7 Rg7 Kf8 Rd6 Rc4 and here after Rd6 I looked and Re4, or pawn pushed or Ke7 they all seemed to fail.
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  beatgiant: <Brian.elkhoury> Simply 40. Kh2 <Bg2>. White still has all the weak points, and Black has the plan of breaking through with ...h5, ...h4. How can White hang on?
Oct-10-19  Brian.elkhoury: <beatgiant> I don't see a win still.

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