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Silvino Garcia Martinez vs Svetozar Gligoric
Hastings (1973/74), Hastings ENG, rd 8, Jan-04
Pirc Defense: Classical Variation. Quiet System (B08)  ·  1-0

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Nov-28-02
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  Sneaky: After 43...Kxh5, what's the knockout?
Nov-29-02  pawntificator: I guess knockout is too strong of a word in this instance. It looks like a long and slow pummelling into submission.
Nov-30-02  bishop: Sneaky, Pawntif, there is a knockout punch, Ill let you guys figure it out.
Nov-30-02
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  Sneaky: OK I think I see it now.

43...Kxh5 44.Rg7! and now:

44...Rxf2 45.Kh3 threatning g4# and Nxf6#

44...Nxf3+ 45.gxf3 Rxf2+ 46.Kg3 threatening Nf6#

Conclusion: Black is forced to give up ruinous amounts of material to avoid mate. 1-0

Dec-01-02  drukenknight: so where does Gligoric lose it? What about just before the time control when he plays 40...Nb5 which pulls the N out of position and loses time?
Dec-01-02  pawntificator: I think it was 36...g5 Maybe f5 instead?
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