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Old July 10th 03, 11:32 PM
Antonio Torrecillas
 
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Hello,

some years ago I played an email game but when the game were in the most
interesting moment, my opponent (Milan Vujadinovic -YUG-) resign in all
his games in the tournament.

I was very disapointed because I wanted to know if my move was correct
or not (and if it was the best continuation).

Here you have the position where I had to decided between 33...f5 or the
move I actually played 33.Rxg3.

Those days I have revisited this last position and with the help of
Fritz I have discovered a faster line (respect to the line I analyzed)

Anyone interested in analizing it?
(black to play)

FEN:
4r3/2q2p1k/1p5b/p5rp/P3p3/1NP3P1/1P2RP2/1Q1R2K1 b - - 0 33

ASCII:
white: Kg1,Qb1,Nb3,Rd1,e2,Pa4,b2,c3,f2,g3
black: Kh7,Qc7,Bh6,Re8,g5,Pa5,b6,e4,f7,h5

AT

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Old July 11th 03, 01:39 AM
mdamien
 
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"Antonio Torrecillas" wrote in message
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Hello,

some years ago I played an email game but when the game were in the most
interesting moment, my opponent (Milan Vujadinovic -YUG-) resign in all
his games in the tournament.

I was very disapointed because I wanted to know if my move was correct
or not (and if it was the best continuation).

Here you have the position where I had to decided between 33...f5 or the
move I actually played 33.Rxg3.

Those days I have revisited this last position and with the help of
Fritz I have discovered a faster line (respect to the line I analyzed)

Anyone interested in analizing it?
(black to play)

FEN:
4r3/2q2p1k/1p5b/p5rp/P3p3/1NP3P1/1P2RP2/1Q1R2K1 b - - 0 33

ASCII:
white: Kg1,Qb1,Nb3,Rd1,e2,Pa4,b2,c3,f2,g3
black: Kh7,Qc7,Bh6,Re8,g5,Pa5,b6,e4,f7,h5

AT


I looked at 33. ... Rxg3 since that's the move you made. It seems forcing
enough:

33...Rxg3+ 34.fxg3 Qxg3+ 35.Kf1 Qh3+ 36.Kf2 [36.Ke1 Be3 wins] 36...Qf3+
37.Ke1 Be3 38.Rh2 Bf4 39.Rdd2 Bxh2 40.Rxh2 Rg8 41.Rxh5+ Qxh5 42.Qxe4+ f5 and
wins.

Matt





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Old July 11th 03, 03:17 PM
mdamien
 
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"Antonio Torrecillas" wrote in message
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En/na mdamien ha escrit:
"Antonio Torrecillas" wrote in message
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FEN:
4r3/2q2p1k/1p5b/p5rp/P3p3/1NP3P1/1P2RP2/1Q1R2K1 b - - 0 33
AT


I looked at 33. ... Rxg3 since that's the move you made. It seems

forcing
enough:

33...Rxg3+ 34.fxg3 Qxg3+ 35.Kf1 Qh3+ 36.Kf2 [36.Ke1 Be3 wins] 36...Qf3+
37.Ke1 Be3 38.Rh2 Bf4 39.Rdd2 Bxh2 40.Rxh2 Rg8 41.Rxh5+ Qxh5 42.Qxe4+ f5

and
wins.

Matt


Hello,

Well done, ... that was the main line I analized in 1999 (37...Kh8 and
38...Re5 were interesting "escape" alternatives), but I had discover
recently -helped by Fritz- the alternative 36...Qh4 and now:
- 37.Kg1 Be3! leads to mate.
- 37.Kf1 Re6! 38.Rf2 Rf6! with decissive attack.


Agreed -- that's a quicker kill. Nice. White is really helpless here.

Matt



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