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Alexander Moiseenko vs Lu Shanglei
World Rapid Championship (2014) (rapid), Dubai UAE, rd 8, Jun-17
Dutch Defense: Hopton Attack (A80)  ·  1-0



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Jul-01-14  notyetagm: A Moiseenko vs Lu Shanglei, 2014

Wow, no comments on this??

Jul-01-14  Shams: Fantastic miniature. It's mate in 4 if Black takes the Queen.
Aug-16-14  sorokahdeen: Comments on this? How about, "Dang!"
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  fredthebear: Doesn't 13.h5 mate quicker or force Black to give away material to the light squared bishop? Now I see 13.Nd5 is played to prevent Black from playing 13...Qe5 to exchange queens as 14.Nxf6+ (robbing the pin) is decisive.
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  fredthebear: If the queen offer is accepted, it's a pawn mate: 11...KxQh5 12.Bf7+ Kg4 13. Ne2 f4 14.f3+ Kf5 15.e4#

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