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Wang Hao vs Bandyopadhyay Roktim
Asian Chess Championship (2005), Hyderabad IND, rd 1, Oct-06
Spanish Game: Berlin Defense (C65)  ·  1-0

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Oct-21-05  THE pawn: Imaginative play here, but the black queen's hunger was too much. It looked like Chessmaster when I play against it and I gain a really powerful attack against it on the king side. I neglect the Q side but by the time the slaughter is finished on the Q side, it's already over for black. Computers tend to much on piece advantage, even these days.
Oct-21-05  CapablancaFan: A perfect illustration of the dangers of material hunting while your position is crumbling. In this case while the black queen was busy gobbling up pawns that were of no significance a powerful and dangerous attack was building up on his king. By the time the "danger" sign started flashing for black it was simply too late.
Oct-23-05  LIFE Master AJ: 31.Nf4!!, if 31...Qxe3; then 32.Ng6#.
Or 31...exf4; 32.Qxh7+! Kxh7; 33.Rh4#.

Cool tactic.

Oct-23-05  hartkoka: black resign because of ♖h6 then ..gxh6 than white play ♕xf6
Oct-23-05  CapablancaFan: <hartkoka> Correct.

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