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Lazaro Bruzon Batista vs Alexander Morozevich
Biel Int'l Festival (2006), Biel SUI, rd 1, Jul-24
Spanish Game: Closed Variations. Zaitsev System (C92)  ·  0-1

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Jul-24-06  doremi: Nobody is kibitzing at the ladies' section, but the interesting endgame Atalik - Muzychuk is worth watching
Jul-24-06  Marmot PFL: My cat is 18, so what? Everyone gets old. He is smart though.
Jul-24-06  Marmot PFL: I guess that line with the passed h pawn gave white a perp, otherwise it looked good. I don't see the win here though.
Jul-24-06
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  tamar: 51 Qa2 was better, now Morozevich should spring into action.
Jul-24-06  Marmot PFL: Mybe no answer to Qf1. Any white rook move black can force the same position and play Qf1 anyway. No place for king to hide.
Jul-24-06  percyblakeney: Finally looks as if it should be over now...
Jul-24-06  doremi: PFL, keep your cat indoors, even 18 year olds still kill songbirds, moreover, you prevent her from being run over by a car
Jul-24-06  Marmot PFL: Qf7 at least stop Qb3ch in some lines but hard to believe it holds
Jul-24-06
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  keypusher: This game will forever be associated with Marmot's cat.
Jul-24-06  weary willy: What's special about songbirds ... are they of more value than the chirpy sort - or the chickens entrails that the cat eats. Keep a cat indoors?!? Rowlocks!
Jul-24-06  Marmot PFL: I have fenced in yard. believe me it would have to be very old bird for him to catch it.
Jul-24-06  Marmot PFL: Three decisive games wow. probably means 3 draws tomorrow.
Jul-24-06  Marmot PFL: Ke3 Qb6+ Kd3 Qd4 mate, sweet.
Jul-24-06  weary willy: <Ke3 Qb6+ Kd3 Qd4 mate, sweet> .... Rd8 I think?!
Jul-24-06
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  tpstar: <chessgames.com> Thanks for the live broadcasts. Great games today. =)
Jul-24-06  PhilFeeley: <.... Rd8 I think?!> Why bother when Qc3 is mate
Jul-24-06  bob000: Qd4?? Qxd4
The threat was Qb6+ Kd3 Qb3+ Kd2 Qc3+ Kd1 Qc1#
Jul-24-06  weary willy: You're right of course Bob - my mistake
Jul-24-06  weary willy: <PhilFeeley: <.... Rd8 I think?!> Why bother when Qc3 is mate> - but impossible after ...Qb6 ... but you're quite right about the mate, of course
Jul-24-06  Marmot PFL: <Qd4?? Qxd4> Yes, mjust be kibbing blindfold today...the Rd8 line wins too of course
Jul-24-06
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  chessgames.com: Thanks to everybody for participating today. Tomorrow's feature game will be Carlsen vs Morozevich, 2006. The action starts at 8:00am USA/Eastern time.
Jul-24-06  Runemaster: In a year or so I'd like this to be Game of the Day with the crptic title "Marmot's Cat". That would have everyone guessing.
Jul-27-06  panthercat: <bob000> The most resistant lines for white are:

54. Ke3 Qb6+
55. Kd2 Qb4+
56. Ke3 Qc5+
57. Kd2 Qc1+
58. Kd3 Qc3#

or

54. Ke3 Qb6+
55. Kd2 Qb4+
56. Kd1 Qb1+
57. Kd2 Qc1+
58. Kd3 Qc3#

Jul-28-06  dehanne: Suggested pun for this game : "Cruisin' for a Bruzon"
Jul-28-06
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  tpstar: Already taken = Beliavsky vs L Bruzon, 2004

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