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Zhaoqin Peng vs Judit Polgar
Chess Olympiad (Women) (1990), Novi Sad YUG, rd 3, Nov-19
King's Indian Defense: Four Pawns Attack. Normal Attack (E77)  ·  0-1

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Nov-08-17
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  fredthebear: White's center evaporates. Black is allowed a passed pawn without much effort. Give Polgar credit for the preparation and coordination of her pieces as she gives up her own center.

In the final position, the White Rb1 is en prise, so it needs to move but cannot make any immediate threats. Thus, White loses a tempo to save his queen's rook.

It's not difficult to see the coming sham queen sacrifice for Black 25...Qd1+ 26.RxQd1 (else the Rd6 is lost) and the passer recaptures with promotion 26...cxRd1=Q+. Black gets his queen back after White loses the other rook for a pawn.

The point being, White is going to lose a rook one way or the other.

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