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Juan Antonio Palmisano vs Guillermo Llanos
Buenos Aires VII Najdorf op (1995), Buenos Aires ARG, rd 4
King's Indian Defense: Saemisch Variation. Steiner Attack (E80)  ·  0-1

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May-09-03  man9589: It was '=' until blacks mistake Bd2??
Mar-02-07  Bob726: Nah, black had a modrate advangtage
Mar-12-19
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  Korora: This is the same sort of checkmate as the Fool's Mate for Makruk; the unguarded but unattacked ♘, in addition to threatening the ♔, also guards the only open flight square.

Of course, for the closest legal position to this in Makruk (the ♕ is colorbound and starts on the ♔'s right, there is no castling, and the ♙s start on the third rank) the ♗ would be able capture the ♘.

Feb-07-21
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  sea7kenp: 11 Bd2 looks like a Helpmate Move.

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