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Eugenio Torre vs Anthony Miles
Amsterdam IBM (1977), Amsterdam NED, rd 4, Jul-01
Sicilian Defense: Nezhmetdinov-Rossolimo Attack (B30)  ·  0-1

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Nov-15-03  lordazol: 32.Qe4? after this move black exchanges queen and there is no way for white but losing game.Strong GM Torre must calculate this basic engame.Dragon makes tired white and he find a blunder at least. The little weak move means at Dragon is quick lost.
Nov-15-03  Sylvester: Are you saying 32.Qe4 was bad?
Aug-30-05  refutor: what's the idea behind 4.Ba4
Aug-30-05  knightfever: Isn't 23.Nd6 better ? I don't understand 23. Rf1
Aug-30-05  paul dorion: <kinghtfever> 23 Nd6 is dangerous: 23 Nd6 Be6
24 Qf4 Bxb3
25 axb3 Re2
then if
26 Rb1 Ne5 looks strong
Black is always treathening a mate in 2 starting with Re1+ if the Wqueen does not cover f1 or e1. 23 Rf1 stops that and liberates the queen. If black tries 23... Be6 then at the end , Re2 would be aswered by Rf2.
Feb-17-13  asianwarrior: Fine win by GM Torre that I wonder why it is not listed as one of his notable games?
Feb-17-13  Shams: <asianwarrior> Of all GM Torre's losses, this is perhaps his finest win.

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