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Martin Pytel vs Peter Bischoff
Zuerich Open (1993), Zuerich SUI, Dec-??
Vienna Game: Anderssen Defense (C25)  ·  1-0



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  beenthere240: Very interesting combination starting on move 19. I can't calculate all lines easily, but black's lack of development and all the open holes for the knight to invade appear fatal.
May-11-06  dakgootje: Did black blunder by castling?
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  pawn to QB4: Hi dakkie...with some (but not total, honest but you don't have to believe me!) help from Fritz 21...0-0 isn't best (21...Kf8 and survives the attack and so wins) but it's not oh wow didn't see the reply! 22...Qxe5 and Black's having the fun. 23.c3 was bad, and had Black replied ...Kg7 he was winning. I'd have missed this and gone 23...Qe2 which was still ahead, e.g 24.Rd2 Rb1+. 23.Qe7 was the right - if brave - way to go and White's King wriggles out to e2 after Qb2+ 24.Kd2 Qd4+ 25.Ke2 etc. The real blunder was 24...Qf5 allowing the second Q sac/knight fork.
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  pawn to QB4: Oh yeah and - Fritz on his own this time - 19. Bxc5 was OK and imaginative but 19. e6! led to a crushing attack, e.g. fxeg 20.dxe6 Qxe6 (forced because moves of N on d7 allow Qxe7+ and Bxg5+) 21.Bxc5 etc.
May-12-06  dakgootje: <pawn to QB4> thanks, and maybe in a real game i might have found 23. Kg7 as it ruins a lot of fun for white as there are no really dangerous knight forks left to play. But okay, i still blunder a lot in games, so it indeed couldve been that i would have missed never know =)

< e.g. fxeg 20.dxe6 Qxe6 (forced because moves of N on d7 allow Qxe7+ and Bxg5+) 21.Bxc5 etc.> What about 19. ...fxe6 20. dxe6 Qxe6 21. Bxc5 Qc4? Probably doesnt help too much as Fritz analysed it...but still, think i would play it... or it might be a blunder which i would notice with a board, but thats rather hard without one =)

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  pawn to QB4: OK, I'll try 22.Bxd6 at the end of that line, e.g. Qxc3 23.Rge1+ Kd8 24.Be7+; since all the central pawns are cleared away then either a) White's mating quickly or b) people can enjoy a good laugh at the contrast between "my" analysis with Fritz and how I do with just the board at move 18 in front of me. At least we're trying it like chess players!
May-12-06  dakgootje: <b) people can enjoy a good laugh> Yes thats most important indeed, we are here to entertain the rest of the world ;-)

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