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Alexander Konstantinopolsky vs Viktor Arsentievich Goglidze
All-Union YM (1936), Leningrad, rd 12
Zukertort Opening: Queen Pawn Defense (A06)  ·  1-0

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Jan-14-08  vintage geisha: Does anyone know why black sacrificed his knight on move 21... seeing as he is behind in material... and why did white not move his king to e1 on move 23 so as to protect his bishop??
Jan-14-08  Shams: 23.Ke1? Bh4+ and black gets back the exchange at least. and that answers your first question-- 21...Nxf2 isn't a sacrifice.
Jan-14-08  vintage geisha: <Shams> Thank you for your help... Hope i didn't waste your time with that one.
Jan-15-08  Shams: not at all, don't be silly. :)

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