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Vladimir Petrov vs Roberto Grau
Buenos Aires Olympiad fin-A (1939), Buenos Aires ARG, rd 5, Sep-06
Queen Pawn Game: Zukertort Variation (D02)  ·  1-0

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Sep-28-08
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  chancho: Well played by Petrov. The pawn formation kind of reminds me of this game:

Capablanca vs K Treybal, 1929

Oct-18-09  badenbaden: R. GRAU: «Tratado General de Ajedrez»
IV «Estrategia Superior»
23.Ra7 Kf7
<"Las negras se han hecho el siguiente razonamiento: mi adversario puede atacar el peón b7 sólo con dos piezas y pueden defenderlo también con dos. Por lo tanto na hay aparentemente ningún peligro. Pero se han olvidado de algo muy importante, y es que el citado peón que las blancas pueden atacar con la torre en a7 y el caballo en a5, sólo puede ser sostenido con la torre y la dama. Queda entonces al blanco libre su dama para actuar y a las negras sólo el caballo. Y como éste no podrá parar todas las entradas de la dama sin grandes debilidades, en determinado momento se hará factible el sacrificio en b7, lo que desmoronará la resistencia negra. «Debo ganar -dijo Petrovs en esta posición a un ajedrecista argentino que miraba la partida y creía que ésta debía ser tablas- porque tengo una dama muy activa contra un caballo de Grau, que tropieza con la angustia de la falta de espacio para moverse». Y este concepto magistral de la posición tuvo pronto clara evidencia.">

<"Una partida de indudable valor didáctico."> [A. Alekhine: «Mis Mejores Análisis».]

Jul-02-12  GrahamClayton: Brilliant play by Petrov. After tying Black up in knots defending the queen-side, he switches to the King side, gets the black knight offside, and then returns to the queen-side for the final winning combination.
Jan-02-14  paulofx2071: R. GRAU: «Tratado General de Ajedrez"
35)Nxb7 resingne (1-0)

and not 35)..... Rxb7

Jun-05-15
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  bharat123: Why not 28.Nxb7 and if 28..Rxb7 29.Qa6 Rb8 30.b7 wins.
Jun-05-15  jvv: 30.b7 Qc7 and I don't see how white wins.
Mar-22-17
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  MissScarlett: <V for Victory>
Apr-28-18
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  Fusilli: 32.g5 burns the bridges. If it doesn't work, white will have to settle for the draw. But Petrov calculated well.

If 34...Kd8:


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35.Nxb7+ Rxb7 36.Ra8 Rb8 37.Rxb8 Qxb8 38.Qa7 Kc8 39.Qf7 winning.


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