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Duncan Suttles vs Peter Biyiasas
B C Open (1971), rd 4
English Opening: King's English Variation. Hungarian Attack (A25)  ·  1-0



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  Gregor Samsa Mendel: The winning move is 29.O-O! That's just too weird.
Apr-22-05  aw1988: And 29...g3 is answered with..?
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  beatgiant: <aw1988>
<And 29...g3 is answered with..?> At the very least, White has 29...g3 30. Bxg5 gxf2+ 31. Qxf2 Qg4+ 32. Qg2, remaining a piece ahead.

Maybe it's even better to play 29...g3 30. Bxg5 gxf2+ 31. Rxf2! Qxb1+ 32. Qxb1 Bxb1 33. Rf7+ Kg8 34. Rg7+ Kh8 35. Bf6, and I don't see how Black can stop the h-pawn from queening (35...g5 36. h7! Bxh7 37. Rg6#).

Apr-23-05  aw1988: <beatgiant> What I meant was 29...g3 with the idea of Bh3.
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  beatgiant: <aw1988>
<What I meant was 29...g3 with the idea of Bh3.>

After 29...g3 30. Bxg5, White threatens 31. Qg7# so ...Bh3 is prevented for the moment. Did you have something concrete in mind?

Apr-23-05  aw1988: I missed your threat of Qg7#. So how about 29...g3 30. Bxg5 Rg8?
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  beatgiant: <aw1988>
What's Black's defense to 29...g3 30. Bxg5 Rg8 31. Qf6? If 31...gxf2+ 32. Kh2. White's a rook up and threatening Qf7+.
Apr-23-05  aw1988: Looks like that's hopeless for black. Sorry, I am trying to defend a position with artificial moves.
Feb-26-08  lentil: I would have loved to see PB's face after 29. 00!
Sep-12-09  WhiteRook48: 28...Qe4!?
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  GrahamClayton: <Gregor Samsa Mendel> The winning move is 29.O-O! That's just too weird.

<Gregor Samsa Mendel>, For 'normal' players like us, yes - but for Suttles a perfectly natural move!

Oct-19-17  JPi: 30.Bd8! is even more "weird". 14.g4! impressed me more than 29.0-0. GM Suttles must be proud of such game! All steps are strategically amazing.

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