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Savielly Tartakower vs Petar Trifunovic
FRA-YUG (1950), Paris FRA
Italian Game: Evans Gambit. Anderssen Variation Cordel Line (C51)  ·  1-0

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Apr-12-21
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  DaltriDiluvi: 46 - fxg6+? is the losing move. Black can only draw by playing a passive rook move: Rc3, Rc2 or Rc1.
Apr-13-21  andrewjsacks: Comical ending.
Apr-14-21  W Westerlund: Would after 26.Rd7, the position still be a draw? I amused myself by playing this position out a couple of times - no computer programs. I suspect that, although White has to be really careful not to drift into an obviously drawn endgame, the position after 26.Rd7 is actually won for White. I am, of course, not certain.
Apr-14-21  W Westerlund: Comical ending indeed. Andrewjsacks, didn't we knew one another a long time ago - some 19 years ago?

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