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Maxim Dlugy vs Fabian Doettling
VII Dos Hermanas Internet (2006) (rapid), ICC INT, rd 1, Mar-24
Queen's Gambit Declined: Exchange. Reshevsky Variation (D36)  ·  1/2-1/2



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  offramp: The Dos Hermanas tournament does not mean that you have to keep playing until you only have dos hermanas left.
May-29-06  RookFile: Well, this is really a miracle draw by black. Even if the whole line is correct, to deliberately trap your own knight, seeing that the game can be held anyway, is really unbelievable.
May-29-06  Milo: It is indeed remarkable... the point is that, after white takes the knight, black can simply eat the e pawn and run back into a known fortress. I doubt that he has to take the pawn on move 145, he could probably just retreat and hold the draw by bouncing around between e8, e7 and f8. By playing for the win with 145...Kxh5 he actually endangered himself, though the game still looks completely drawn.
Jan-17-09  WhiteRook48: man, I can hardly believe these guys played on for SOOOOOO long.
Jan-29-09  vajeer: 58. g5 and black's queen is gone!
Jan-29-09  Jim Bartle: Sorry. How?
Feb-07-09  WhiteRook48: then 58...hxg5
Mar-04-09  Autoreparaturwerkbau: Hmm... 58.g5 hxg5, 59.fxg5 - then how black saves his Q?
Mar-12-09  SmotheredKing: Its true, Dlugy missed not only wining the queen, but a forced mate in 12 at move 58 according to rybka. Seems strange for a GM to miss such a simple win though.
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  FSR: Wow, amazing oversight by Dlugy. But it was a rapid game.
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