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Lubos Falout vs Pavel Freisler
Schneider Bohemia Open (2001), Pilsen CZE, rd 5, Aug-22
Alekhine Defense: Two Pawn Attack. Lasker Variation (B02)  ·  0-1



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  suenteus po 147: Is this really a won endgame for black? I personally would like White better after the exchange of queens.
Jan-23-05  euripides: If 32 gf Qxh4+ Black wins a piece. Or 32 Re8+ Rf8.
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  suenteus po 147: <euripides> I did not see 32...Qxh4+ for the life of me. It's one of those interesting cases of OTB delusion where the defense of the h-pawn is carried over even after the g pawn has taken the piece. I also see that after 32.Re8+ Rf8, 33.Qxc6 fails to 33...Bd7. Thanks for the help!
Jan-23-05  euripides: <suenteus> no problem ! I had't thought of 33 Qxc6. I think then that 33....Bd7 fails to 34 Qd5+ followed by mate on f8 or the win of a piece on e6. But Black can play something like 33...Qh3+ 34 Kg1 Qxg3+ 35 Kh1 Qh3+ 36 Kg1 Qf1+ 37 Kh2 Qf5 or Rxe8 when he should win.

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