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Josef Ask vs Oskar von Bahr
"You Asked for It!" (game of the day May-06-2014)
Rilton Cup (2013/14), Stockholm SWE, rd 4, Dec-30
King Pawn Game: Alapin Opening (C20)  ·  1-0

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Apr-08-14  mrandersson: This the guy asked for this. Nice play by white
Apr-25-14
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  FSR: Ask and Ye Shall Receive.
Apr-25-14
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  perfidious: Black Asked for it!
Apr-25-14
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  FSR: You don't often see someone beat the hell out of his opponent with Alapin's Opening. Cf. L Mouillaux vs J M Matisson, 1985 (0-1, 11) or L Mouillaux vs J M Matisson, 1986 (0-1, 11) - your choice.
May-06-14  Jamboree: White also missed an easy crushing win several moves earlier with 17. Qxf8+! Rxf8 18. Rxf8+ Kc7 19. Bd8+! Kd6 (forced) 20. e7! and white will win the queen back and be a pure rook up for nothing.
May-06-14  morfishine: Crunch, Crunch, Crunch, Crunch, Crunch, Crunch, Resign

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May-06-14
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  kevin86: Windmill time! First, if black takes the queen, white caps the bishop and then uses his black-squared bishop to execute a pretty cross-fire mate.

23 ... ♗xg7 24 ♖xg7+ ♔b8 25 ♖b7+ ♔a8 26 ♗f4+ ♘e5 27 ♗xe5#

May-06-14
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  Domdaniel: <Jamboree> Well spotted. I *thought* that 17.Qxf8+ should win, but I didn't look very deeply.
May-06-14  htjsparta: <kevin86> White has a cleaner win: 23. ... Bxg7 24. Rxg7+ Kb8 25. Rb1+ with mate to follow.
May-06-14  sfm: <kevin86: 23 ... Bxg7 24 Rxg7+ Kb8 25 Rb7+ Ka8 26 Bf4+ Ne5 27 Bxe5#> On the spot, just take out the 25th moves.
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Rock-bottom lousy pun :-(
May-06-14  sfm: The move 19.dxc! surprised me at first, White gives away a tempo. What he gains is that Black can't close off the white bishop with c5-c4. Also, the tempo turns out to be an illusion, as black must move his bishop back to cover c7.
May-07-14  Xeroxx: What more could you ask for!?

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