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Carlos Alejandro Martinez vs Vinicius van Riemsdijk
"The Race is On" (game of the day Nov-29-2014)
Americana (1993), ?, Jun-19
Indian Game: Kingside Fianchetto (A48)  ·  1-0

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Nov-29-14  Jjoq: Funny. Paulo could make a draw (25. ... Ra2=). But he didn't see 27. Qh7+.
Nov-29-14  yadasampati: What happens after 22. ... a3 (instead of axb3)? I do not see how white can avoid the mate with Qb2#. White has 3 checks: 23. Qxh7+, Qxg6+ or Bxf7+. But all of these seem to lead to a dead end. Please enlighten me :-)
Nov-29-14  yadasampati: OK, i think i got it. White seems to be able to draw with 23. Qxh7+ after 22. ... a3
Nov-29-14
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  offramp: Superb game and a really good pun.
Nov-29-14  gofer: <25 ... Rxa2> looks to be a draw for black and in hindsight he should have taken it!
Nov-29-14  rogl: I think white can simply run away with 23.Kc1 after 22...a3.
Nov-29-14  morfishine: <rogl> has the simplest solution to 22...a3; I don't think White draws after 23.Qxh7+

Marvelous game causing one's heart to skip a beat

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Nov-29-14  americanlala: <Jjoq> I agree that its difficult to see Qh7+ but its not that difficult to see Bxf7+ which is also winning for white since white can simply play d5 after getting his queen on f6. Now white is simply a rook up after this position and black has no mating threats whatsoever. Probably Black was in time trouble.
Nov-29-14
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  PawnSac: <Jjoq: Funny. Paulo could make a draw (25. ... Ra2=). But he didn't see 27. Qh7+.>

Isn't that how it usually works? One doesn't see something, and the other wins.

Nov-29-14  Zkid: <americanlala> 27.Bxf7 Kh8 doesn't mean much unless you see 28. Qxh7 anyway.
Nov-29-14  sorokahdeen: All chessgames are a conversation. That one was an exchange of obscenties!
Nov-29-14  welhelm1982: Beginers
Nov-30-14  Yopo: I think if 22...a3 23. Kc1 to escape if Qb2check.
Moreover, 22..a3 23.Kc1, Qb2+ 24.Kd2
threatening both Ra1 and gxf5
Dec-01-14
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  kevin86: White sacs the queen to save the game...but will soon gain another.

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