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Gyozo Victor Forintos vs Bent Larsen
Monte Carlo (1967), Monte Carlo MNC, rd 1, Mar-24
Gruenfeld Defense: Russian Variation. Szabo (Boleslavsky) (D97)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Dec-19-09  Oliveira: He-he, what a escape!

After 60...g3, we got 61.♖g2! hxg2 62.♔xg2 and voilą! Black could try to settle a formation e6-f5 g3-♗h2, but it is easily dismantled by white setting its queen on "d6". E.g. 62...e6 63.b8=♕ ♔f6 64.♕d6 Δ♔h3-h4-g5 etc.

Dec-19-09  computer chess guy: Another way to draw would have been to just promote the pawn - then it apppears White can still draw the Rook vs. Pawns endgame after 60. b8=Q Bxb8 61. Rxb8, by putting the Rook behind the pawns.

Analysis by Rybka 3 32-bit :

1. = (0.00): 60.b8Q Bxb8 61.Rxb8 Kf7 62.Kg1 g3 63.Rh8 h2+ 64.Kg2 f4 65.Rh4 e5 66.Rh6 Kg7 67.Rc6 e4 68.Kh1 2. = (0.00): 60.b8R Bxb8 61.Rxb8 Kf7 62.Kg1 g3 63.Rh8 h2+ 64.Kg2 f4 65.Rh4 e5 66.Rh6 Kg7 67.Rc6 e4 68.Kh1 3. = (0.00): 60.Ra2 Bc7 61.Rc2 Bg3 62.Rc3

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