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K Zimak vs Jaroslav Sobek
CZE-chT (1992/93), ?, rd 1, Nov-28
Indian Game: Budapest Defense (A51)  ·  0-1



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Mar-12-05  erasmus: After 4...Bxf2+ white has to take the bishop because after 5.Kd2? black wins the bishop with 5...Ne4+.

After 5...Ng4+ black shouldn't play 6.Kf3 since black will have a mate in 8: 6...Qxg5 7.Qd2 Qf5+ 8.Kg3 Qf2+ 9.Kh3 (9.Kxg4? will mate quicker 9...h5+ 10.Kh3 d6+ 11.g4 Bxg4#) 9...d6 10.Qg5 Ne3+ 11.g4 h5 and every move white makes will be mate.

People who find themselves in this position can better follow this line instead of the 4...Ne4 continuation as seen in Arnold vs M L Hanauer, 1936 for this will certainly win you a piece.

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