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Federico Maldonado vs Bryan Macias Murillo
48th World Junior Championship (2009), Puerto Madryn ARG, rd 7, Oct-27
French Defense: Tarrasch. Closed Variation (C05)  ·  0-1



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  fredthebear: Black is threatening 35...Rg1#, so White must play 35.QxRg2. Then Black plays 35...BxRe2+.

If White plays 36.KxBe2, then Black wins queen for bishop w/36...QxQg2. If White plays 36.Kg1 to protect his queen, Black first exchanges queens with check 36...QxQg2+ 37.KxQg2 and then the Black bishop takes the remaining White rook 37...BxRd1.

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  OhioChessFan: "Murillo By Morning"
Nov-02-16  NBZ: I am wondering where White went wrong. Was it 23. g4, which allows the Nb4 idea? If instead White plays 23. a3, he is threatening g4, and it looks like Black needs to play Ne7 meeting g4 with Bb5 and Rc8.
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  OhioChessFan: <NBZ> when I posted before, I almost mentioned that 23. g4 seemed ill advised. I can't get my old Fritz 10 to work lately so I'll let someone else work it out.
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