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Laurent Fressinet vs Vassily Ivanchuk
FIDE Grand Prix Paris (2013), Elancourt FRA, rd 4, Sep-25
Queen's Indian Defense: Spassky System (E14)  ·  0-1

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Sep-25-13  devere: White keeps the advantage with 42.f5! instead of 42.Nc7? If 42.f5! gf? 43.Rxh6! wins. The mistake came after the 40th move time control, so it can't be explained by time-pressure.
Sep-25-13  chesssalamander: Wow! Awesome comeback! Way to go Ivanchuk!
Sep-25-13  Hesam7: White was winning or very close to winning for some time. 29 Rh1! is an early win missed by White:


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29...cd4 (attacking e5; otherwise White plays Rh4) 30 Rc8 Bc8 31 Qc1 Bd7 32 Qc7 Be8 33 Qd8 Ne5 (Black finally gets the e5-pawn but now his pieces are uncoordinated) 34 Nd4


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White wins the exchange and the game: 34...Qf6 35 Ne6 Qd8 36 Nd8 Nd3 37 Rd1


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Sep-26-13  Badmojo: i dont see how devere's line wins
Sep-27-13  siggemannen: I guess his line wins after 42...gxf5 43. Rxh6 Rxh6 44. Rxh6 Kxh6 45. Nd6 and pawn promotes or 45... Rxe7 46. Nf5+ wins the rook.

Not sure gxf5 is the only option though...

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