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Saudin Robovic vs Loek van Wely
Munich op9293 (1992), Munich GER, rd 2
Sicilian Defense: Canal Attack. Main Line (B52)  ·  1-0



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Mar-10-03  ughaibu: For Giuoco Piano Man: About the Levitsky-Marshall game, if you visit Tim Krabbe's site here: you can find his collection of the most surprising moves ever played, some are very interesting. The game above is from there, as you can see they must have been in terrible time trouble towards the end.
Jun-25-08  Xeroxx: good game
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  Aurora: 25... Nh5 and white is lost
Dec-14-12  Holzfaller: I agree, 25...Nh5, white loses rapidy
26. Qxh5 Qf4
27. Rxf7 Qe8
28. Rxf4 Qxh5
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  Bubo bubo: Any idea why White did not play 35.Rxe7 ? Capturing an unprotected queen and setting up a mate-in-two cannot be a bad move. ;-)
Nov-12-16  Howard: Quite agreed! But, given that we're only five moves from Move 40, White may have been in time trouble. As long as he saw that 35.Rh8+ would win easily, he probably didn't bother to look further.
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