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Richard Taylor vs Judy Gao
118th New Zealand Championship (2011), rd 3, Jan-04
Caro-Kann Defense: Panov Attack (B14)  ·  0-1



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Jan-04-11  turbo231: Judy is a very good player, difficult game for Richard, he didn't play that bad by no means.
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  Richard Taylor: I missed a win 25. Bxg6 wins. I saw this idea but the time control is a bad one for me and I had trouble with it in the George Trundle so I just tried to play reasonable moves and get to the time control. After which I blundered. Judy was down to few seconds about move 37...!!

But with more time I would have worked that sacrifice / attack out.

42 Ng2?? loses. Just after I now had more time I relaxed a blundered in an= position.

Fuatai also blundered versus Antonio.

Luke Li beat ~2200 rated Daniel Shen which is an achievement. Both are quite young. I beat Luke Li in a recent tournament.

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  Richard Taylor: 16. Bf4 and 19. Qxe3 are better than what I played.
Jan-04-11  Jessejames210: I am not sure but be4 instead of rg1 could work no? I understand that time pressure was a problem
Jan-04-11  harish22: Ng2 seems to be the only way to avoid a perpetual. But 44. Be4 wins as suggested.
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  Richard Taylor: <Jessejames210: I am not sure but be4 instead of rg1 could work no? I understand that time pressure was a problem>

<harish22: Ng2 seems to be the only way to avoid a perpetual. But 44. Be4 wins as suggested.>

Re time I was not in time pressure at the end after move 40. The problem was I relaxed just after getting to the time control. Before move 40 Black was in severe time pressure so I was trying get her to lose on time or blunder! hence I thought she had simply dropped the d6 B as she was less that 1 minute.

At the end 44. Be4 loses to 44. ... Bhg2+

After 42. ... Bh3 (which I completely missed) White is lost - there is absolutely no defense.

Jan-06-11  Ulhumbrus: <Richard Taylor: I missed a win 25. Bxg6 wins.> On 25 Bxg6! fxg6 26 Nxe6 Qf7 27 Nfg5! compels the Black Q to leave the a2-g8 diagonal and on 27...Qe8 28 Nxd8+ takes the Rook with check.
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  Richard Taylor: <Ulhumbrus> I saw that sacrifice but played d5 instead as I was perhaps watching the time too much. (I had trouble with it before - in another tourney and last year's Major Open - but I'm used to it now the tournament is basically over!

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