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Aleksandr Lenderman vs David Anton Guijarro
Isle of Man Grand Swiss (2019), Douglas IMN, rd 6, Oct-16
Queen's Gambit Accepted: Classical Defense. Alekhine System Main Line (D29)  ·  0-1

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Oct-16-19  bachiller: Nice finish, including mate in the end, wich Lenderman allowed. He preferred to die young and leave a pretty corpse, rather than facing a helpless ending after 55.Rf1 Nf2+, 56.RxN RxR etc.

Indeed, the fate of the white king seems to be sealed when the black rook invades, supported by the cavalry.

Oct-17-19  DiscoJew: really beautiful and strategically complex game, and I also sspecially loved the forceful infiltration with rook and knights ' behind enemy lines ' and the gusto in which Anton G. prosecuted that lovely mating finish by the Knight!

QGA is suddenly so interesting to me for the black side. Games like this are inspiring and look massively fun!

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