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Evgeni Karasik vs Victor Markovich Mikhalevski
Israeli Championship (2004), Ramat Aviv ISR, rd 8, Sep-28
Danish Gambit: General (C21)  ·  0-1

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Dec-11-07  ruzon: Great insight by Mikhalevski with 53. ... Re7! With the Knight out of the way, followed by 54. Rxd5??, White soon realizes that it's not the g2 pawn that matters, it's the pin on the King.

56. Rg8 Nxf3+; 57. Kh1 Re1#. The only way to stop it is 56. Rg3, which just postpones the agony.

55. Kg1 or Kh1 gives either the g2 or c3 pawns back, with a chance to hold on, but 54. Rb2 would seem to preserve a draw.

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