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Oliver Dimakiling vs Rogelio Antonio Jr
National Championship (2010), Tagaytay City, rd 2, May-26
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Huebner. Rubinstein Variation (E42)  ·  0-1

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Jun-02-20  Delboy: Nice finale here, starting with 30. ... Bxb4! (to deflect the queen from protecting e3) 31. Qxb4 Rxe3!. If now 32. Kxe3 then the most decisive follow up seems to be 32. ... Qe6+ 33. Kf4 (33. Kf2 Qe2+ 34. Kg1 Qxd1+ or 33. Kd2 Qe2+ followed by 34. ... Bd5+) and one route to mate (maybe not the fastest) is 33. ... g5+ 34. Kxg5 Rg8+ 35. Kf4 (or it is instant mate with the queen on the h-file) Qh6+ 36. Kf5 (36. Ke4/5 Re8+ 37. Kf5 Qg6+ 38. Kf4 Qf6+ 39. Kg4 Be6+ 40. Kh5 Qg6+ 41. Kh4 Qh6#) Qg5+ 37. Ke4 Re8+ 38. Qe7 Rxe7#.

32. Rd2 is tantamount to resignation, with the further rook offer 32. ... Rxf3+ being the most spectacular manner of making that point

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