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Nelson Gamboa vs Pavel Blatny
New York op (1996), 04
Budapest Defense: Adler Variation (A52)  ·  0-1



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Jan-29-05  azaris: Blatny makes gumbo out of Gamboa with the standard twin-bishop sacrifice. Simple yet instructive.
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  tpstar: White got caught in a Full Nelson after his opening fell Blat.
Feb-03-05  GreenDayGuy: Wait, can't the white king escape?
30. Kg1 Rg6+
(30... Qg3+ and Rg2 and the attack is over.)
31. Kf2 Qh3
32. Ke1 and the king will escape.
Feb-03-05  GreenDayGuy: Wait, nevermind. I just saw
31... Rg2
32. Ke1 RXR and black will loose a rook.
Jul-06-08  Xeroxx: Nice double bishop sac I have never seen this game before.
Oct-03-08  paulsss: nice bishop sacrificce!!
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