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Julio Ernesto Granda Zuniga vs Ivan Morovic Fernandez
Buenos Aires Najdorf (1992), Buenos Aires ARG, Apr-??
Slav Defense: Winawer Countergambit (D10)  ·  0-1



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Dec-20-03  unclewalter: SNEAKY!
May-01-04  rochade18: Looks like a boring rook ending! But white has to sackrifice his rook to prevent from mate!
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  An Englishman: Good Evening: Here's something from William Lombardy's Modern Chess Opening Traps. It seems to be a tournament game, but he didn't give the players' names, so we'll call it NN-NN: after 6...Nd7, White erred with 7.f4?,Nh6!; 8.b3,Nf5; 9.Bb2,Nc5; 10.Kf2?,Ne3!; 11.Qc1,Qxd2!; 12.Qxd2,Ne4+; 13.Ke1,Nxd2; 14.Kxd2,Bb4+; 15.Kd3,Bf5+; 16.Kxd4,Nc2 0-1.

If there are any illegal moves, it's because I was translating from English Descriptive.

Aug-19-09  mertangili: At first glance, i thought 39. d5 could stop mate as neither the capture of the d5 pawn nor the immediate b5+ results in mate. But then i noticed the nice 39...c5 move that once and for all controls the white king's only escape square: d4. And now the only way to stop the 40...b5# is to give up the rook.

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