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Alexander Areshchenko vs Alexander Rustemov
Bundesliga (2013/14), Muelheim GER, rd 8, Feb-09
French Defense: Advance. Wade Variation (C02)  ·  1-0

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Apr-12-17
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  fredthebear: For all intents and purposes, this is the Milner-Barry Gambit accepted. It is quite dangerous for the Black queen to grab both center pawns. At the eighteenth move, Black has five pieces still on the back row.
Jun-06-17
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  Phony Benoni: The first thing that stands out is that Black's queen is protected on ly by the Rd8, and we have the familiar distracting idea of 28.Re8+. Black can play 28...Bxe8, but 29.Rxe8+ then repeats.

Black doesn't have to play ...Rxd8, but 29...Kg7 30.Nf5+ wins the queen another way.

Jun-06-17  stacase: Damn the torpedoes, Full speed ahead! Works every time - well OK, sometimes.

Was there enough power on e8 and was White's Knight well placed or what? Black was going to lose the exchange.

Jun-06-17  Walter Glattke: Tuesday is rook say day, isn't it?
29.Re8+ Bxe8 30.Rxe8+ Rxe8 31.Qxd6 or30.-Kg7 31.Nf5+ Kxg6 32.Nxd6
Jun-06-17
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  FSR: 28.Re8+ Bxe8 29.Re8+ Rxe8 (29...Kg7 30.Nf5+) 30.Qxd6+ Re7 (otherwise 31.Bxe8) 31.Qd8+ Kg7 32.Nf5+ Kxg6 33.Nxe7
Jun-06-17
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  ChessHigherCat: Nothing left to say about the puzzle after PB's and FSR's analyses, so backing up a bit, if anybody's wondering why black didn't try to win the bishop with 21...g5??? 22. Bf5 Qd8 (only square, oddly enough) 23. Be6+ Kf8 24. Bxg5.

If 23..Kg7 then 24. Nf5+ Kf8 25. Bd6+! Qxd6 (if 25...Ne7 26. Rxe7 Kf8 27. Re8++ mates) 25. Nxd6+

Jun-06-17  stst: White got too many blades..
Re8+ will start the ball rolling - then the game plays for itself... later Nf5+ will also fork, either the Q or R, depending on previous responses... Easier than Mondays
Jun-06-17
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  agb2002: The material is identical.

Black threatens Qxc5 and Rxg6.

The rook on d8 protects the black queen. Therefore, 28.Re8+ (28.Nf5 Qxc5 29.Re8+ Bxe8 - +):

A) 28... Bxe8 29.Rxe8+

A.1) 29... Rxe8 30.Qxd6+ Re7 (30... Kg7 31.Bxe8 + - [Q+B vs r]; 30... Ne7 31.Bxe8 + - [Q vs r]) 31.Qd8+ Kg7 32.Nf5+ Kxg6 33.Nxe7+ Nxe7 34.Qxe7 + - [Q vs r].

A.2) 29... Kg7 30.Nf5+ Kxg6 31.Nxd6 Rxe8 32.Nxe8 + - [Q vs r].

B) 28... Rxd8 29.Qxd6+ Re7 30.Nf5 Rxg6 31.Nxe7 + - [Q vs n].

C) 28... Kg7 29.Nf5+ is similar to A.2.

Jun-06-17  AlicesKnight: White has enough Rs on the e-file to check, causing either deflection of Black's d-R from its protection of the Q, or the Black K to go to g7 allowing the Nf5 fork of K and Q.
Jun-06-17  saturn2: 28 Re8

If the black king escapes to g7 then Nf5 forks queen and king.

If 28..BxR 29 RxB RxR then 30 QxQ

Jun-06-17  Walter Glattke: 18.-a5 in German Bundesliga!? In Amateur
Chess Clubs nobody would play that, they would move horses here.
Jun-06-17  morfishine: One had to see the final Knight fork on <f5>

*****

Jun-06-17  zb2cr: There are just too many good ideas here! Qxd6, Rxd6 followed b7y Nf5 forking the Rooks to win the exchange. Or Re8+ to remove the guard on the Queen. The latter is better.
Jun-06-17
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  whiteshark: <28.Re8+ Bxe8 29.Rxe8+> wins with either a <deflection> or a <royal fork>.
Jun-06-17
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  gawain: Clever combination. Nothing much to add to previous comments. White conducted the game quite impressively
Jun-06-17
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  kevin86: white wins with sharp sacs!
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