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Fadi Eid vs Orlando Husbands
Baku Olympiad (2016), Baku AZE, rd 7, Sep-09
Sicilian Defense: Najdorf Variation. English Attack (B90)  ·  1/2-1/2



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Sep-10-16  Sally Simpson: White has a cute shot here.

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If 48..Rxd8 29.Nf7 mate. That's a unique mating pattern.

Black (if he sees the mate) can play 48...Qc1+ and go for a perpetual. Not sure if he succeeds or not. White just has to be careful he does allow Black to take on d4 with a Check.

Then we got to here, Black to play:

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White may have been working out how to avoid a perpetual starting with 50...Qc1+ when suddenly....

Mar-23-18  whiteshark: On <47...Qd2 48.Qd8>:

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Black to move

1) +4.74 (31 ply) 48...Qc1+ 49.Kb4 Qe1+ 50.Kb5 Qe2+ 51.Ka5 Qd2+ 52.b4 Qa2 53.Qd7 Bf6 54.Ka6 Bg7 55.a5 Rf6 56.Qc8+ Bf8 57.Kb5 Qe2+ 58.Qc4 Qxc4+ 59.Nxc4 Kg7 60.a6 Rxa6 61.Kxa6 Bxb4 62.Nxe5 Bc3 63.Nd3 Bd2 64.Kb5 Be3 65.Kc6 Bd2 66.Kd5 Be3 67.Ke5 Bd2 68.Nxf4 Be3 69.Nd5

2) +67.36 (30 ply) 48...Qd5 49.Bxd5 Rxd8 50.Nf7+ Kxh7 51.Nxd8 Kg6 52.a5 Bf6 53.Nc6 Kf5 54.b4 Kg5 55.a6 Kh4 56.a7 Kg3 57.a8=Q Kf2 58.Qa7+ Kf1 59.Qf7 Bh4 60.Nxe5 Bf2 61.Qxf4 Kg2 62.Qg5+ Kh3 63.Qg4+ Kh2 64.Nd3 Be3 65.Qh4+ Kg1 66.Qg3+ Kf1 67.Qe1+ Kg2 68.Qxe3

1.0 minute analysis by Stockfish 9 v010218

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So no perpetual after <48...Qc1+>

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