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Jorge Enrique Armas Gutierrez vs Gilberto Milos
Havana-A (1986), Havana CUB, rd 9, Feb-??
Neo-Grünfeld Defense: Goglidze Attack (D70)  ·  1-0

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Mar-12-09
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  TheTamale: Seems like an odd resignation. Only thing I can think is that White plays Ra5 and picks up the a pawn and there's nothing Black can do to stop him. Still, if I were Black, I'd be shoving my own passed pawn all up in White's face.
Apr-13-11  chelepaz: I do not why, I can't have no acces to solve any puzzle of the day or playing games, please some body can help me, in this matter?,

Thank you,

Chelepaz

Nov-07-12  Abdel Irada: Agreed, <TheTamale>. It's not at all clear to me that White has a winning advantage here.

Is it possible that Black lost on time? At move 38, this seems very plausible.

Jun-02-14  ralph46: after 38..Nc6 white has no advantage at all so probably black lost on time
Jun-02-14  TheFocus: Seems like Gilberto has milos to go before he sleeps.
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