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Eugenio Torre vs Alberic O'Kelly de Galway
13th Costa del Sol (1973), Torremolinos ESP, Feb-??
Sicilian Defense: Canal Attack (B51)  ·  1-0

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Feb-10-08  Adriano Saldanha: 22.Rg6 (!) is great, although not unexpected as from Mr. Torre. Threatens 23.Rxh6+, gxh6forced, 24.Qxh6++. Black´s 22. ...Bg5 is no defence (23.Bxb5), and black´s 22. ...fxg6 leads to a "reserve" mate line(23.fxg6+, Kh8forced, 24.Bxh6!, with 25.Bxg7++ or 25.Qxh6++ determined). Salute, Mr Eugenio Torre!

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