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J Piket Sr vs Gerard Welling
KNSB league (1985), Netherlands
Queen Pawn Game: Levitsky Attack. Welling Variation (D00)  ·  0-1

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Nov-04-05  LaskerMan 3000: Great tactical game!!! I loved the series of tactical motifs that began around black's 17th move. This was also a good example of endgame technique.
Aug-10-06  aazqua: ALl that for a pawn up endgame?? White's play here is horrible. Ever heard of a bad bishop?
Feb-20-09  YoungEd: Why 54. Bf3?
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  GrahamClayton: <LaskerMan 3000>Great tactical game!!! I loved the series of tactical motifs that began around black's 17th move.

<LaskerMan 3000> Yes, it is clever how Welling first exploits the pinned pawn on e2 and then the pinned bishop on e2.

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