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Vladimir Fedoseev vs Marin Bosiocic
Aeroflot Open (2012), Moscow RUS, rd 4, Feb-10
Neo-Grünfeld Defense: General (D70)  ·  1-0

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Feb-19-12
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  notyetagm: V Fedoseev vs M Bosiocic, 2012

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<CBM training: Bodycheck, seventh heaven rooks and racing pawns 19.02.2012 – If you are an ice hockey fan you know exactly what we are talking about. In chess the bodycheck is an important endgame technique which can easily make the difference between a win and a loss. Our ChessBase Magazin columnist Dr Karsten Müller explains this and other very useful strategic concepts in his latest installment of endgames from the Aeroflot Open.

<<<The Bodycheck>>>

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65.g3 Bodycheck This term, which was borrowed from ice hockey, describes a very important endgame technique: e5? Black loses an all important tempo as his king can not cross over to the kingside. After 65...d4 66.f4
66.f3 c5 67.e2 e4 68.d2 f5 69.d3 g5 70.c4 xh6 71.xh6 xh6 72.xc5 g6 73.b5 f6 74.xa4 e7 75.b5 d7 76.b6 c8= 66...c5 67.g5 c4 68.g6 h8 his counterplay is in time and the game is drawn, e.g. 69.h7 c3 70.g7 c2 71.h1 a8 72.f6 c3 73.h8 xh8 74.xh8 c1 75.c8+ b2 76.xc1 xc1 77.e5 b2 78.d4 xa3 79.c3= 66.g4! Bodycheck! f6 67.h5 Bodycheck! d7 67...h8 68.f3+ e6 69.f4 68.f3+ e5 69.g6 Bodycheck! c5 69...d6+ 70.g7 d7+ 71.f7 d1 72.h7 g1+ 73.f8 h1 74.g8 c5 75.h8+ xh8+ 76.xh8 c4 77.a7 70.h7 xh7
70...d8 71.h3 h8 72.g7 xh7+ 73.xh7 c4 74.g6 c3 75.c7 wins as in the game. 71.xh7 c4 72.f8 c3 73.c8
73.a8 d4 74.xa4+ d3 75.a8 wins as well. 73...d4 74.g6 d3 75.f5 c2 76.e5 d2 77.d4 c1 78.xc1 xc1 79.c3 Bodycheck! 79.c3 b1 80.b4 b2 81.xa4 c3 82.b5 1–0

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Mar-10-14
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  Whitehat1963: Yes, the last move should be 79. Kc3.
Jun-11-14  waustad: Yet another phantom DGT move.
Dec-21-14  siggemannen: Ok, i bite. <Bodycheck!>
Jul-20-15  SpiritedReposte: At first I thought Kd5 was some subtle, only move to win pawn endgame move. But yea I think it just throws away the last pawn and the win.

Lol sometimes you just have to believe your eyes.

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