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Wang Yue vs Simen Agdestein
NH Chess (2008), Amsterdam NED, rd 2, Aug-21
Dutch Defense: Classical Variation (A84)  ·  1-0

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Aug-25-08
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  notyetagm: White to play: 31 ?


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31 ♖e1x♗e6! <exchange on the pinning square>


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31 ... ♖f6x♖e6 32 ♗g2-d5 ♔f8-f7 <knight fork alignment>


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33 ♘c6-d8+ <knight fork>


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A lovely <PETITE COMBINAISON> by Wang Yue, using the tactics <PIN> and <KNIGHT FORK>, to win a piece.

Aug-26-08  aragorn69: Actually the most beautiful move (to my eyes at least) is 29.a5!

It could make for a nice Tuesday or Wednesday puzzle.

Aug-26-08
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  notyetagm: White to play: 29 ?


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<aragorn69: Actually the most beautiful move (to my eyes at least) is 29.a5!

It could make for a nice Tuesday or Wednesday puzzle.>

Indeed.

29 a4-a5!


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Aug-29-08
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  Mateo: The difference of strengh between the 2 players tells since move 25. The all variation beginning with 26...Rxe4? was wrong for Agdestein. Black had to play 26...Rd7, although White has all the play.
Aug-31-08  ex0duz: <aragorn69: Actually the most beautiful move (to my eyes at least) is 29.a5!>

I agree with your judgment. Whites play after 29.a5 and his subsequent follow up is just a pleasure to see unfold. Great technique and very instructive finish in my honest opinion. =)

Mar-28-09
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  notyetagm: GM Joel Benjamin: https://webcast.chessclub.com/icc/i...
Feb-18-13
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  FSR: Yue Da Man.

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