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Viktor Laznicka vs Denis Khismatullin
"Khismat Kismet" (game of the day Oct-10-2015)
Karpov Poikovsky (2015), Poikovsky RUS, rd 5, Oct-03
Indian Game: Knights Variation. General (A46)  ·  0-1



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Oct-06-15  fgh: Beautiful attack by Khismatullin.
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  Phony Benoni: After a few repeats, an original and one worth waiting for:

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32,Nxf3 Qc4# would be lovely.

Oct-10-15  dumbgai: How must it feel to be out of book after 3...b5, and to then lose the game?
Oct-10-15  ndg2: What about 32.Kxf3?. Is that mate?
Oct-10-15  Ratt Boy: <ndg2: What about 32.Kxf3?. Is that mate?>

I don't see a mate, butt 32.♔xf3, ♘e5+ 33.♔e2, ♕g4+ 34.♔f1, ♖f8+ 35.♔g2, ♗f4+ 36.♔e1 (36.♔h1, ♕h3+ mates), ♘d3+ 37.♔f1, ♗e3+ picks up the ♕ with a strong position.

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  morfishine: One of the better games from one of the better tournaments this year
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  kevin86: Black will win by a lethal queen check along the diagonal.
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  Mating Net: I'll take what is check mate in Farsi for $500 Alex.
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  thegoodanarchist: Great game! Definitely worthy of GOTD
Oct-10-15  FairyPromotion: Seems like Khismatullin found his inner Nezhmetdinov this year. 26... Nxf2!! is brilliant.
Oct-10-15  Olsonist: Even includes the rare Alekhine's Horses motif.
Oct-10-15  The Kings Domain: Good kingside attack by black, taking advantage of white's flaws like moving his queen to the a-file for no seeming purpose at all.
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