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Rauf Mamedov vs Sebastien Feller
Aeroflot Open (2008), Moscow RUS, rd 8, Feb-21
French Defense: Rubinstein Variation. Blackburne Defense (C10)  ·  1-0

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Dec-31-08  notyetagm: 30 ... ♖a8-a6? <left behind: c8>


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30 ... ♖a8-a6? <DEFENDS> the Black c6-knight but <LEAVES BEHIND> the c8-checking square.

31 ♖c7-c8+ ♔g8-f7 <forcing alignment: f7+c6>


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31 ♖c7-c8+ then <FORCES> the Black g8-king onto the f7-square with 31 ... ♔g8-f7, within <CHECKING DISTANCE> of the light-squared White c4-knight, and <<<KNIGHTS BECOME UNBELIEVABLY DANGEROUS ONCE THEY ACQUIRE A TACTICAL TARGET (CHECK)>>>.

32 ♖c8x♘c6! <remove guard: e5> 1-0


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32 ♖c8x♘c6! wins a piece, as capturing the Black c6-knight <REMOVES THE GUARD (ILLUSORY PROTECTION)> of the e5-checking square.

(CONT)
32 ... ♖a6x♖c6 <illusory protection: e5> 33 ♘c4xe5+ <knight fork>


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Oct-23-15  zanzibar: Ha, <notyetagm> beat me to it.

If I were tagging on <CT> it would be...

Coercion (Rc8+), Attraction Sacrifice (Rxc6), Fork (Ne5+).

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