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Ray Robson vs Benjamin Bok
Corus Group C (2010), Wijk aan Zee NED, rd 6, Jan-22
Spanish Game: Morphy Defense (C78)  ·  1-0

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Jan-22-10  polonius: Can anyone say BEATDOWN ? Well played . My favorite Rxd4 cxd4 Qc7 ....
Jan-22-10  japz12: sick!!! just like a young bobby fischer. well done!
Jan-23-10  notyetagm: GC: PINS AGAINST SQUARES: 31 Rd1xBd4! Black c5-pawn pinned against c7-forking square

GC: SQUARE IS A TACTICAL TARGET 32 Qc1-c7! forks loose h7-mating square, undef Black b8-rook

GC: COORDINATE ON LOOSE SQUARES NEAR THE KING: 32 Qc1-c7! brings White queen into contact with loose h7-sq

GC: DOUBLE ATTACK: 32 Qc1-c7! forks undef b8-rook, loose h7-sq near Black h8-king

GC: THERE ARE *ALWAYS* THREATS AGAINST UNDEF PIECES: 31 Rd1xBd4!, 32 Qc1-c7! made possible by undefended Black b8-rook

GC: WYOP: OPENING LINES: 29 ... f5-f4?? opens White d3-bishop along diagonal to loose h7-square

GC: PINS! PINS! PINS!: 31 Rd1xBd4! Black c5-pawn must interpose c-file to c7-square

GC: OVERLOADED! OVERLOADED! EVERY DEFENDER IS OVERLOADED: 31 Rd1xBd4! Black c5-pawn cannot protect d4-bishop, interpose c7-sq

CG:COM: BALEFUL INFLUENCE; ESS (EVERY SINGLE SQUARE) *IS* THREATENED:

Robson vs Bok Corus C 2010 31 Rd1xBd4! White c1-queen threatens c7-forking square through Black c5--pawn

CG:COM: LOOKOUT FOR UNDEFENDED PIECES! TACTICAL TARGET FOR DOUBLE ATTACKS 32 Qc1-c7! forks undefended Black b8-rook, loose h7-square

CG:COM: THERE ARE *ALWAYS* THREATS AGAINST UNDEFENDED PIECES: 31 Rd1xBd4!, 32 Qc1-c7! based on the undefended Black b8-rook

Jan-23-10
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  Check It Out: Nice game Ray

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