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Eric Lobron vs Viktor Korchnoi
Frankfurt Ordix op (1998) (rapid), rd 4, Jun-20
Indian Game: Yusupov-Rubinstein System (A46)  ·  1-0

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Kibitzer's Corner
Aug-04-04
Premium Chessgames Member
  Honza Cervenka: 25...Kh6 was a mistake allowing white a pretty winning combination. Also 25...Qc5 wouldn't have been sufficient for 26.f5! exf5 27.Qxh5 g5 28.Rh3 Rh8 29.Ne6+! Rxe6 30.Qxh8+ with mate. 25...Kf7 looks still playable.
Dec-15-14  TheBish: This could be a Monday POTD on move 28. Must have been a fun move to play!
May-04-19
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  fredthebear: 26.Nf5+!! is a fabulous clearance sacrifice.
May-04-19  ferrabraz: With 27... Qd8!! Black could put up a fight. 28. Rd8 Rd8 and if 29. h3 (to allow an escape route for white´s king), than it will be impossible for white´s pieces to escape from the king side without material losses. But then again, White can´t allow Black doubling rooks on the d file...
May-04-19  ferrabraz: 27...Qd8 looks good, but 28. Rg6! Kg6 29. Qg3 and 30. Qg7 mates. 26. Nf5!! is fabulous again
Oct-18-20  Ibisha Biscotto: what a crackler !

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