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Michael Aaron vs Dean Arond
Pan-American Intercollegiate Team Championship (2000), Milwaukee, WI USA, rd 6, Dec-30
Budapest Defense: Fajarowicz Variation (A51)  ·  0-1



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Jul-01-16  deanman58: I enjoyed this game!
Jul-01-17  deanman58: After he played 25.Ke1, I just took my time and then got up to get a glass of water.

When I got back, he said "I've had enough" and resigned.

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Black to play his 25th would be a decent Tuesday, maybe Wednesday puzzle.

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  FSR: Both 25...Rg8 and 25...Bf6 force mate very quickly.
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  OhioChessFan: I immediately thought Bf6 but yes, the Rook lift gets there too, although Qd3 and after Rg1+, Qf1, throwing the sink at the position, makes the mate take longer. Then I saw Qg1+ and Qh1+ mate quickly also. Too many good moves to be a viable puzzle I guess. White is just helpless with his second rank dominated by the Black Queen.
Jun-20-21  deanman58: I believe I was going to play 25...Rg8.
Mar-10-22  whiteshark: <eanman58: I enjoyed this game!> I suspect that Black had the same fate in the predecessor game: T Regedzinski vs K Richter, 1940

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