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Eduardo Cotta vs Ronald Camara
BRA-ch 32nd (1965), Rio de Janeiro BRA, rd 7
Sicilian Defense: Dragon. Levenfish Variation (B71)  ·  1-0

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Oct-14-03  poppy: i would like to no where is the mate
Oct-14-03  ughaibu: 10......Qe3 11.Qd8
Oct-14-03  absolutekantian: how about 10... Qc7 to defend the mate. Then 11.Nb5, Qd7. Just a thought, even though I would not like to put myself in such a position as black either.
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  MichaelJHuman: A discovered attack on the queen, threatening mate as well. Very cool.
Oct-14-03  ughaibu: Then after after 11.....Qd7 12.Ne5 etc, black's a full piece down so resigning seems natural.
Nov-13-03  Lawrence: 10......Qc7 11.Nxe5 and Black is down a full Knight and White has a better position.
Aug-19-04  Peter Trujillo: there is no checkmate. white wins a piece. some variations. (10...Qxe3 11.Qd8#)(10...Qxc6 11.Bb5)
(10...Qc7 11.Ncxe5)
Oct-28-04  sourcerer: there is infact mate!! on d8 u bozzo can't u see
Aug-15-06  Far1ey: No there isn't. If Qc7 there is no mate bozzo :D
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