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Mihai Suba vs Aldo Zadrima
Lucerne Olympiad (1982), Lucerne SUI, rd 4, Nov-02
English Opening: Anglo-Indian Defense. Nimzo-English Opening (A17)  ·  1-0

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Jun-29-04  get Reti: Cuold someone tell me how white wins?
Jun-29-04  suenteus po 147: I don't think there is a forced win here, however, with the knight pinned and the bishop misplaced, I think black is in for some serious material loss since he has no real way to tuck his king into a safe corner. Check, check, check, oops you lost your knight, check, check, check, there go two pawns, etc.
Jun-02-05  Everett: The knight is toast, ie 23...Re8 24.Qf4+ K (any) and either the bishop or Q pick it up. After that, white has an advantage, but I'm not good enough, or too lazy, to determine it's true value

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