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Vladimir Simagin vs Khanan Lvovich Muchnik
Moscow Central CC-ch (1959)
King's Indian Defense: Petrosian Variation (E92)  ·  1-0

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Sep-04-12  backrank:


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With 53 ... Rh4 Black thought he would be winning (in fact, he had to take the draw after Rxf7 Qxf7+), but the brilliant maneuver 54 Qe2+ g4 (forced, otherwise Qe6+ wins trivially)


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and now 55 Rf5+!! Rxf5 (again, after Kg6 Qe6+ wins in the simple manner) 56 Qe8+ leads to a beautiful 'two-bishop' mate (Rf7 56 Qxf7#; observe that, instead of the white queen, a white bishop on e8 would suffice:


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Jan-28-15  SpiritedReposte: Yikes, draw in hand and then White pulls that rabbit out of the hat. I bet Black was speechless!

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