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Robert Huebner vs Mikhail Tal
SWIFT Blitz (1987) (blitz), Brussels BEL, Apr-26
Queen's Gambit Declined: Ragozin Defense (D38)  ·  0-1

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Jun-27-15
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  thegoodanarchist: I find it fascinating how Tal solves the problem of developing his Queen's Bishop in these QGD-type positions. More than once he utilized the setup of b-pawn to b6, then Bb7, after the knight is moved to c6.

Here Huebner resigns before losing his queen. Tal has the pleasant choice between 35...Qh1+ and 35...Qf6+

Jun-27-15  DWINS: <thegoodanarchist>, 35...Qh1+ is decisive, but 35...Qf6+ loses. Black has no good followup.
Jun-28-15
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  thegoodanarchist: <DWINS> Right you are! I was thinking White had to play 35... Qf6+ 36. Qf2 Rh1+ 37. Kg2

but instead he can play 37. Ke2

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