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Dearly Beloved

  • benws
  • | Jul 7, 2012
  • | 3868 views
  • | 10 comments

This is a rather intriguing game. First of all, both players appear to miss a three-fold repetition in the middlegame (or they both choose to ignore it). The ending is quite crazy. Both players rush to queen their pawns, and at one point, there are five queens on the board! However, even though White has three queens, he is unable to capitalize, and eventually goes down in defeat. Did he err at some point? That's for you to decide.



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  • 2 years ago

    cjquines

    This is some trippy medicine, doc!

  • 2 years ago

    MangoDurango

    White should have traded queens when he had two, and then slowly squeeze black out of his protective cocoon.

  • 2 years ago

    ChkMate01

    I think white didn't used his knight effectively...Laughing

  • 2 years ago

    NM GreenLaser

    This long complex game could be analyzed for several pages. I would make just a few suggestions. Instead of 56.Nd8?, 56.Nh2 or 56.Qc8 are =. Instead of 56...Bd7, Black should have played 56...Qa5+ and Qxd8 or 56...Qf2+ followed by g4 and Bxd8. Black's 65...Bxa3 should have been answered by 66.Qb8+-, as sheardp said. Black should have played 66..f3=/+.

  • 2 years ago

    IM dinesh501

    nice game but white should win. 2 queens, he didn't use it

  • 2 years ago

    rayana

    Wooovvvv! What a game. Never seen this kind of crazy stuff played at that level.

  • 2 years ago

    nyLsel

    Even three queens can't outplay the Black because the King is safe.

  • 2 years ago

    nyLsel

    Interesting game. Surprised to see three queens in a row.

  • 2 years ago

    shengyi

    Interesting game...

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