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Aleksandr Lenderman vs Wang Yue
China-USA Chess Summit (2013), Ningbo CHN, rd 4, Jul-22
English Opening: Symmetrical Variation. Two Knights Line (A37)  ·  0-1

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Jul-22-13  derriklarone: 44...Bg2!!!
Jul-22-13  fisayo123: 44...Bg2!! What an unbelievable move to end a complex struggle. Wang Yue is starting to regain that form that made him a top ten player a couple of years ago.
Jul-22-13
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  perfidious: Clever denouement.
Jul-22-13  rczcarvalho: 42..., Bg2+ and wins!
Jul-23-13  Sihlous: It is a great move...but having it 2 moves before really takes a lot away from it.
Jul-24-13  Jigsaw42: Oh Stop It, Yue!
Jul-24-13  notyetagm: Lenderman vs Wang Yue, 2013

<Sihlous: It is a great move...but having it 2 moves before really takes a lot away from it.>

Maybe he just didn't see 44 ... ♗h3-g2!! 0-1 at first. The benefit of <USING *ALL* OF YOUR TIME>.

Jul-24-13  notyetagm: Lenderman vs Wang Yue, 2013

44 ... ?


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44 ... ♗h3-g2!! 0-1 <attack defender: b1-sq>


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<fisayo123: 44...Bg2!! What an unbelievable move to end a complex struggle. Wang Yue is starting to regain that form that made him a top ten player a couple of years ago.>

YES!

Go China!

Jul-25-13  Mudphudder: What was 29.c6? Was Lenderman hoping to set up a trap? (as in 29...RxN??)
Jul-25-13  notyetagm: Lenderman vs Wang Yue, 2013

<Mudphudder: On the same note though, Lendreman surely didn't see <<<Bg2 >>> earlier either...otherwise he would've taken counter measures.>

Yes, Wang Yue's brilliant 44 ... ♗h3-g2!! is a perfect example of the <REMOVAL OF THE GUARD> tactic.

Or, as NM Dan Heisman calls it, <THE UNDERRATED REMOVAL OF THE GUARD>: if your defender can be taken or attacked then it is not a defender but rather a <TARGET>!

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