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Ian Rogers vs Nelson Mariano
1st Asean Open (2001), Bandar Seri Begawan BRU, rd 3, Jul-31
Trompowsky Attack: Classical Defense. Big Center Variation (A45)  ·  1-0

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Dec-26-14
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  Sargon: Both queens are hanging in this game?
Jun-25-17  darknight81: 33. Ng3 could anyone tell me what is the point of this move? Queens are staring at each other with crossed eyebrows at this point.
Jun-25-17
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  Sally Simpson: Score is wrong.

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Possibly 30.Qf3 was played [not 30.Qe3 as in the game score.]

The rest of the game makes sense and the final position if the Queen had gone to f3 on move 30 is resignable.


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White has just played 36.Nf5xBg7 and White comes out of it a piece up or mates Black.

36...Rxf3 37.Nxe6 Rxd3 38.Rf8 mate.

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