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Alexey Slavin vs Michael Adams
British Championship (2010), Canterbury ENG, rd 5, Jul-30
Indian Game: Yusupov-Rubinstein System (A46)  ·  0-1

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Jul-30-10  hellopolgar: daym, a 2417 player gets mated...and it's a back rank mate too!
Jul-30-10  zanshin: White can still interpose with the Queen - so not technically a mate yet - but still must have been pretty embarrassing.
Jul-30-10  Bobsterman3000: 26...Qf1+ LOL
Jul-30-10  Shams: What is black's best on 20.Qxe4<?>
Jul-30-10  randyjohnson: shams maybe Ne7!? is interesting and black have a lot of play for the pawn= with the activity of the piece for the material.

Howewer i think is better qxe4 than Ng4

Jul-30-10  ozmikey: Black probably has some advantage after 20...Ne7 - he'll win back the pawn pretty much straight away (an immediate 20...Qxb3 looks a bit risky because of 21. Ng5 and 22. Qh4) and he'll be left with a superb bishop versus a pathetic one. But it's certainly better for White than what happened in the game!
Jul-30-10  twinlark: Adams isn't even raising a sweat.
Jul-30-10  zanshin: <Shams: What is black's best on 20.Qxe4<?>>

After <20.Qex4>


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[-0.30] d=18 20...Ne7 21.Qc2 Rac8 22.Bc3 Nf5 23.Qb2 Bxf3 24.Rxf3 Nxd4 25.Bxd4 Rxc1+ 26.Qxc1 Qxd4+ 27.Re3 Rd8 28.Qc3 Qb6 29.h3 Rd1+ 30.Kh2 g6 31.Re1 Rd5 32.Rf1 Qb8 (0:05:15) 7681kN (Rybka 4)

Jul-31-10  vileblunder: I'll feel better now the next time I do this in blitz. Probably today.
Aug-01-10  Ulhumbrus: If White is going to play 9 b3 instead of 9 c3, an alternative to 10 c3 is 10 Bb2.
Aug-02-10  Garech: I agree, this is incredible! Probably a mistake by Slavin in earlier calculations, and no coincidence that he resigned on the 26th move, so it's no miniature - of course he would have seen the mate coming long before (or at least the loss of a piece) but playing to the point he did guarantees the game won't end up in a GM miniatures book, or something like that.
Aug-02-10  Ulhumbrus: After the move 15 a3 Slavin offers a pawn on b3 for several moves, a pawn which Adams declines, and eventually White's centre falls. An alternative to 15 a3 is 15 Rad1 making way for Bb1 in reply to ...Nb4
Aug-06-10
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  whiteshark: <Game of the Day Rd5> ??

"Each day Master Andrew Martin will choose his 'Game of the Day'. Players in the British Championship are eligible to enter. Just indicate this on your scoresheet when you hand it to the arbiter."

It's probably only a short list.

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