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Ronald Dableo vs Ryan R Milisits
HB Global Chess Challenge (2005), Minneapolis, MN USA, rd 1, May-18
English Opening: King's English. Taimanov Variation (A25)  ·  1-0



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Sep-09-05  Treadhead57: White's next move would be 30. Bg6+ which creates a discovered attack on the black queen by the rook on f6.
Jun-24-06  rjsolcruz: 8-yr old Pau Bersamina, National Champion for the 8 & Under, opened the same way (1c4 e5 2Nc3 Nc6 3g3) vs Mulandar of Indonesia in the 2006 ASEAN Age Group in Jakarta. Pau is the son of Norlito Bersamina of Meralco and an active member of the Meralco Chess Club. He bagged 2 golds in the Rapid and Blitz events and placed 6th in the Standard time control.
Jan-04-13  Defensiver: If black takes the rook, the game will end as follows: 30. Qg6+ Ke7 31. Qe6+ Kd8 32.Qd7++.
Jan-04-13  fokers13: <defensiver> it's W to play so Black can't take the rook. Not to mention that if black somehow took the rook Qg6-e6 would be impossible

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