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Fritz (Computer) vs Ernest F Pecci
Pecci vs Fritz Match (2001), USA, rd 118
Goldsmith Defense: General (B00)  ·  0-1

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Dec-22-06
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  al wazir: What's wrong with 35. Qxf6 ?
Dec-22-06
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  Phony Benoni: <al wazir> 35.Qxf6 allows a very pretty mate in four: 35...Qh7+ 36.Ke5 Nf3+ 37.Kd6 Qc7+ 38.Ke6 Qd7#.
Apr-20-07  Whitehat1963: What's wrong with 35. Qg8+ followed by the forced exchange of queens?
Aug-28-07  aragorn69: After 35.Qg8+, there is no <forced exchange of queens> but 35.-Bd8, and then 36.Qg6 (what else? the threat is Qf5#) Qe7+ 37.Be5 Qh4+ 38.Bf4 Qe1+ 39.Be3 Qxe3#

This Qe7-Qh4-Qe1 triangulation is esthaetically very satisfying!

Feb-27-18  schnarre: ...Almost like a King's Gambit in the opening.

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