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Loek van Wely vs Johan van Mil
NED-ch (1993), Eindhoven NED, rd 6, Jun-13
Zukertort Opening: Dutch Variation (A04)  ·  1-0

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Aug-11-04
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  patzer2: Van Wely, who is offering to go three pawns down after 19. b4!!, has a surprise win in this position because of a hidden or disguised "pin" and "double attack."

The disguised "pin" and a "skewer" attack are evident after 19. b4!! Bxb4 20. Rb1 a4 21. a3 Bc3 22. Rb8+ Ke7 23. Rxa8 .

The hidden "double attack" reveals itself in the game continuation after 21. Qc2! Bxb4 22. Qa4+, winning the unprotected Bishop.

Aug-11-04  Knezh: What about 21. ..Qd7 followed by c5?
Aug-11-04
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  patzer2: <Knezh> After 21...Qd7, White wins with 22. Qc3!
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