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Peter Leko vs Alfonso Romero Holmes
Leon (1994), rd 9
Sicilian Defense: Modern Variations (B50)  ·  1-0

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Jul-21-10  WhiteRook48: 40 Qxf7... nice. however after 51 Rxd5... doesn't 52... Qxb4 win for black? or am i missing something brilliant?
Jul-21-10  Organizer: Somethings wrong here. Unless white ran out of time, black wins.
Jul-22-10
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  Chessdreamer: 50..Qe4 is a typo for 50..Qd3.
Mar-21-17  Adriano Saldanha: I believe the annotation of the last 2 moves is wrong. Leko had a clear advantage and the moves played do not make sense: black blunders Queen, and white simply doesnt see, and returns the favor.

I believe the retrospective of each players plan in this game suggests something like 50 ...Qc2 51.Rxh5+ Kg8 52.Qd4 1-0.

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