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Mateusz Bartel vs Ioannis Nikolaidis
39th Greek Teams (2011), Eretria GRE, rd 1, Jul-03
Old Indian Defense: General (A53)  ·  1-0

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Jul-08-13  notyetagm: M Bartel vs I Nikolaidis, 2011

Game Collection: MISSED WINS! 38 ... Re5xNa5! 39 Qd2xRe3 Qd7-a4! double attacks on a2 & d1

Jul-08-13  notyetagm: M Bartel vs I Nikolaidis, 2011

Game Collection: TUNE YOUR TACTICS ANTENNA by Emmanuel Neimann 38 ... Re5xNa5! 39 Qd2xRe3 Qd7-a4! double attacks on a2 & d1

Jul-08-13  notyetagm: M Bartel vs I Nikolaidis, 2011

38 ... ?


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(VARIATION)
38 ... ♖e5x♘a5!


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39 ♕d2x♖e3


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39 ... ♕d7-a4! <double attack: a2 & d1>


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Jul-09-13  notyetagm: M Bartel vs I Nikolaidis, 2011

Game Collection: WHAT IS IMPORTANT WHEN CALCULATING FORCED VARIAT 38 ... Re5xNa5! 39 Qd2xRe3 creates looseness on a2 & d1-squares

Jul-24-13  notyetagm: M Bartel vs I Nikolaidis, 2011

38 ... ?


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From the excellent book "Tune Your Tactics Antenna" by Emmanuel Neiman :

http://www.newinchess.com/Tune_Your...

"Black had a very simple win available here. Can you spot the two weaknesses (two undefended points) that allow Black to win, thanks to a double attack? 38 ... R3e4 was played in the game, which was ultimately won by White."

(VARIATION)
38 ... ♖e5x♘a5!


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"38 ... Rxa5

was easily winning as after the normal"

39 ♕d2x♖e3


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"39 Qxe3

a double attack is available: 39 ... Qa4!, threatening mate in one while threatening the rook on d1. The game would have immediately ended in Black's favour."

39 ... ♕d7-a4! <double attack: a2 & d1>


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