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Andrei Volokitin vs Leinier Dominguez Perez
Donostia Chess Festival (2012), San Sebastian ESP, rd 6, Jan-04
Sicilian Defense: Najdorf Variation. English Attack Anti-English (B90)  ·  1-0

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Jan-05-12  paavoh: A great transition by White to a much better end game via moves 34-38. The King dominated the board thereafter.
Jan-06-12  timhortons: 35...Rc4! blocking the white king

Volokitin,A - Dominguez Perez,L, Donostia Chess Festival 2012


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1. (0.41): 35...Rc4 36.Be3 Kg6 37.Rf5 Rc8 38.Rh5 Rh8 39.Rxh8 Bxh8 40.Ke4 Bf6 41.Bb6 Bg5 42.Bf2 e6 43.b3 Bf6 2. (0.77): 35...Ra4 36.Be3 a5 37.Bc1 Rc4 38.Rf5 Be5 39.Be3 Ra4 40.Bg5 f6 41.Bxh4 b4 42.axb4 axb4[] 43.Bf2 bxc3 44.bxc3 Ra5 45.Kc4 Ra8 46.Rf3 Rc8+

yep 39.Rf5 isolate the black rook and king.

position after 39.Rf5.


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1. (0.81): 39...Rg6 40.Kd5 Rh6 41.Kxd6 Rh8
2. (1.46): 39...Kg6 40.b3

a very awesome execution of creating a passer


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1. (2.71): 60...Ra3+ 61.Kb6[] Rb3 62.Ka6 Rb2 63.Rc1 2. (2.71): 60...Rb2 61.Ka6 Ra2+ 62.Kb7 Rb2 63.b6 Rh2 64.Rc1 Rb2 65.Rd1+ Ke7

Jan-06-12
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  Penguincw: 58...Rb3 and the black king can not get onto the a, b or c files.

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