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Viktor Kupreichik vs Yacov Isaakovich Murey
URS-ch sf (1969), Voronezh URS, May-??
Modern Defense: Standard Defense (B06)  ·  1-0

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Feb-10-06  Whitehat1963: What's the finish?
Feb-10-06
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  tpstar: 1) 27 ... Rxd7 28. Rxd7+ Kxd7 29. Re7+ Kd8 30. Qd6+ mates.

2) 27 ... Qf6 28. Bxc6 Qxc6 29. Re7+ wins the Queen, or 28 ... Rxd1 29. Bf3+ & 30. Rxd1 wins a piece.

3) 27 ... Qxe1+ 28. Rxe1 Rxd7 29. Qe5+ & 30. Qxh8, or 28 ... Kxd7 29. Re7+ Kc8 30. Qxc6+ mates.

Feb-10-06  Whitehat1963: You're the man, as always, tpstar! Thanks for the thousandth time!
Apr-05-08  lopium: Why not 12...Qxb4?
Dec-26-13  Catlan: <lopium> After 13. a4!, Black's queen is in trouble. White wins material and will own the q-side: <13. a4 c5 <(..Qa5 14. axb5)> 14. axb5 c4 15. Rfb1 Qxb1+ 16. Rxb1 cxd3 17. cxd3 >

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