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Jaime Sunye Neto vs Lazaro Bruzon Batista
American Continental Championship (2005), Buenos Aires ARG, rd 3, Aug-08
English Opening: Agincourt Defense. King's Knight (A13)  ·  0-1

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Aug-30-05  mynameisrandy: I don't get it. It looks like white trades a queen for two rooks and that's it. Why'd he resign?
Aug-30-05  Robert De Leon Jr.: (mynameisrandy) After white trades off the queen for both rooks black plays 36... Qf7+ with a won game.
Sep-01-05
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  perfidious: <randy> Usually the swap of queen for two rooks is unfavourable, but this position is very much an exception. See Portisch-Fischer, Santa Monica 1966 for another instructive example. The follow-up after the trade would be 36 ....Qf7+ 37.Kg1 Qf3, after which White is at the end of his tether; the d-pawn will fall, when White's position collapses. Apart from the ensuing material disadvantage,White's pieces are pinned to the defence of each other and he'll also feel the lack of his light-squared Bishop.

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