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Anatoly Lutikov vs Stefan Solonar
Makhachkala (1974)
Sicilian Defense: Dragon Variation. General (B70)  ·  1-0



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Aug-16-06  ksimm38: Would someone with better analytical skills than me please explain why black resigned here? I just don't see it. Thanks.
Aug-16-06  positionalgenius: <ksimm38>black will lose a piece.
Aug-16-06  ksimm38: <positionalgenius> Do you mean if black retreats the queen to safety, then the knight falls? I'll admit I saw that, but if black takes the pawn at e5 with the queen, it seems to me that ultimately black would come out ahead.
Aug-16-06  positionalgenius: <ksimm38>No offense but its not hard to see(for me at least). Here's your idea:
13.Qxe5 dxe5 14.Bxf6.The bishop on d7 is a goner.
<ksimm38>Its good you asked around.that will imrove your game.Nice to meet you <ksimm38>
Aug-16-06  ksimm38: <positionalgenius> No offense taken. It was the bishop taking the knight that I wasn't seeing. Yet, now that you point it out, I can see that it should have been obvious to me. Thanks for your input. And it's nice to meet you too.

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