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Milen Vasilev vs Lorenzo Zanellato
10th Open (2001), Kavala GRE, rd 7, Aug-27
Formation: Queen Pawn Game: London System (D02)  ·  1-0

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Oct-28-08  theodor: 28....Qxh3 wins for black!
Oct-28-08  Shams: <theodor> does it? 28...Qxh3 29.f4 and then what?
Oct-28-08  ikipemiko: Then maybe 29.Qxe3
Oct-28-08  Shams: <ikipemiko> I think black should take the perpetual after 29...Qxe3 30.Rf2 Qe1+ 31.Rf1 Qe3+. The three connected passers win if the queens come off, naturally.
Oct-29-08  theodor: <Shams: <ikipemiko> I think black should take the perpetual after 29...Qxe3 30.Rf2>Rg7 threatening Rh7!
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