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Ian Rogers vs Milos Pavlovic
Sokobanja (1989), Sokobanja (Yugoslavia)
Scotch Game: Scotch Gambit. Advance Variation (C45)  ·  1-0

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Sep-26-16  fispok: Tactic city there at the end. He thought he could prevent a Kt fork, but he was so wrong.
Oct-31-21
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  PawnSac: He overlooked the fork completely. He was preoccupied trying to extract the bishop. An alternative was 33. ..Qe5 but after 34.gf it doesn't matter whether black tries ..g6 or ..Qxh2+ he is simply down a piece. The interesting thing is after the game move Qg4 if you imagine Nh6 is an illegal move and force white to find another, the queen trade is unavoidable, and after QxQ BxQ Ng3 BxN hg d3! black is winning. I think this is what lured him into the fork. Maybe low on time, had a flash idea, a hopeful extraction then BAM!

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