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Judit Polgar vs Wolfgang Uhlmann
Amsterdam OHRA-B (1990), Amsterdam NED, rd 6, Aug-05
French Defense: Winawer. Poisoned Pawn Variation General (C18)  ·  1-0

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May-15-05  kuheylan: Very nice rook endgame moves by Polgar
Feb-24-06  McCool: How about this?
27. ♖g8+ ♔xe7
28. ♖xe8+ ♔/♗/♖xe8
29. ♗xf5
Feb-25-06  dakgootje: Well here white is up a knight vs 2 pawns and in your variation its ♕♖ and 4 pawns vs ♖♖♗ and 6 pawns which is much harder to win imho
Feb-25-06  McCool: It's ♙♙♙♙♕♗♖ to ♙♙♙♙♙♙♖♖♗
Feb-25-06  dakgootje: Ah yes im sorry, but i assumed that you saw 27. Rg8+ Kxe7 28. Rxe8+ K/R/Bxe8 29. Bxf5 Rxf5 after which white has lost its bishop, so im very sorry but i expected that most of the people who come here and analyse, see that. After that you get ♙♙♙♙♕♗♖ to ♙♙♙♙♙♙♖♖♗ which is of course exactly the same as ♕♖ and 4 pawns vs ♖♖♗ and 6 pawns which i wrote in my previous post.
Feb-25-06  McCool: <dakgootje> If 29. ..Rxf5 then 30.Qxf5 the pawn is pinned. But I'm sure most people see that. So that makes it ♙♙♙♙♕♗♖ to ♙♙♙♙♙♙♖♖♗ which I typed in my previous post.
Feb-26-06  dakgootje: <McCool> Ouch! Your absolutely right! Okay sorry ;-)

Note to myself: analyse with a board next time

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