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Boris Gulko vs Valery Salov
Reykjavik World Cup (1991), Reykjavik ISL, rd 5, Sep-28
Reti Opening: General (A09)  ·  1-0



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Jan-07-04  Catfriend: adorable:) first, all the dance around all sorts of light squares leading to the black king, (the a2-g8 diagonal, especially f7, h7), then the combined use of the bishop and queen to settle the issue. A nice point - if 36..♔f6, then 37.♕f6+! ♔:♘g5 38.♕g6+ ♔h4 39.h3 mate!
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  kevin86: 36 CF: you have to right moves,but the squares are incorrect-36...♔f6 37♕f7+ ♔xg5 38 ♕g6+ ♔h4 39g3*
Jan-07-04  panigma: What is the winning line if 31...Bxf6?
Jan-07-04  Slovensko: 31...Bxf6 32.Qxh7+ Kf8 33.Qf7#
Jan-07-04  Comex: who would do that?

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