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Richard Rapport vs Karsten Volke
European Club Cup (2013), Rhodes GRE, rd 2, Oct-21
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Normal Line (E40)  ·  1-0

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Oct-22-13  hedgeh0g: 25.Qf4! was crushing. Black has to concede serious material to avoid the queen infiltration.
Oct-22-13  Mudphudder: Beautiful finish. 32.Bf6!! was a pretty (32.Bb4 was more natural but would have been a far inferior move choice) finish.
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  Robed.Bishop: <Mudphudder> I agree.

<hedgeh0g> Will you clarify that please?

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  perfidious: After <hedgeh0g>'s suggestion of 25.Qf4, Black would indeed have been in great difficulties over meeting threats against his kingside such as Bb3 or Bg5-f6, followed by Qh6.
Oct-22-13  iking: well done Dick ....

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32.Bf6!! absolutely beautiful. But so simple you'd miss it!
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