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Alexander Chernin vs Alexander Utnasunov
FIDE World Ch (2000), New Delhi IND, rd 1, Nov-27
Semi-Slav Defense: Stoltz Variation (D45)  ·  1-0



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Sep-30-04  Granite: A very interesting endgame with three minor pieces vs a queen on an open board. I hope I'm never in a game this long!
Sep-30-04  technical draw: Black should of resigned at move 115.
Aug-28-05  teme: WOW That endgame was amazing.
Mar-15-06  tayer: A long fight between ♕ and 2♗+♘
Jan-06-08  cyanfish: Winning the game one pawn at a time.
Aug-19-08  vikinx: Great game played by two Alexanders.
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  GrahamClayton: Here is another game featuring Queen v 3 minor pieces:

Lautier vs M Gurevich, 1993

It seems that if the player with the minor pieces has one pawn, then the Queen is helpless to prevent the minor pieces marshalling the pawn to promotion.

Oct-12-10  Atking: <technical draw: Black should of resigned at move 115.> By itself a paradox.:(
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  ketchuplover: 125.Bd3+ wins!
Oct-15-10  Jim Bartle: Nice catch, ketchuplover.
Mar-26-16  Exploding: There must be at least 3(!) times when the ♗d3 followed by ♘f4+ is possible.
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