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Isaac Boleslavsky vs Abram Khavin
USSR Championship (1944), Moscow URS, rd 14, Jun-11
Alekhine Defense: Modern. Panov Variation (B05)  ·  1-0



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  fredthebear: King and queen caught on the e-file.

The final move 26.f4 threatens the Black queen but does not entirely trap her. She could get away to safety (Qe4 or Qe2), but then her king is in jeopardy of being mated by 27.Nxc7#. The Black queen is tied to defending the c7-square.

27.Rd8+ would also be devastating.

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