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Miguel Najdorf vs Paul Michel
Mar del Plata (1946), Mar del Plata ARG, rd 18, Mar-30
Queen's Gambit Declined: Tarrasch Defense. Pseudo-Tarrasch (D30)  ·  1-0

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Nov-12-04  Knight13: This is a draw. All black have to do is to capture the pawn on g7 at the endgame. Now that's a mistake that he could've avoided!
Nov-13-04  Saruman: <Knight13> There is nothing that can stop 75.-Kh8 and 76.g8D which wins for white.
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  Chessical: <Knight13> I do not understand your conclusion at all. The game is definately lost in the R+P's and the subesequent R+P endgame. K v R v K engames are lost for the weaker side.
Feb-05-05  Jack Rabbit: It's a Lucena variant, and not much of a variant.

<75 -- Ke7 76 Re4+ Kd6 77 Kf7 Rf2+> (77 -- Kd5 78 Re7 Rf2+ 79 Ke8 Rg2 80 Kf8 Rf2+ 81 Rf7 1-0) <78 Kg6 Rg6+ 79 Kf6 Rf2+ 80 Kg5 Rg5+ 81 Rg4 1-0>

It's good exercise to solve it from the diagram.

Feb-05-05  aw1988: This is one of the most basic textbook wins.
Sep-04-07  wolfmaster: yes,<aw1988> Michel could've resigned a lot earlier.
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