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this is my hard fight : http://www.chess.com/echess/game?id=62166016
Well done, and I am not criticizing as you may have seen your combination clearly, but I found 43...Qh7 simpler. Assuming I am right, (I can overlook the obvious) 44 Bxh7 Rxg1+ 45 Kxg1 Kxh7 46 c7 b1=Q+ and are you not glad to have the check. Their are other white lines that he may chose, but I believe they are similarly disasterous.
@Escapest pawn: if my enemy answer with 44. c7 what will u do?
As I say, I can overlook the obvious, but doesn't just taking work?
The above ends with check. The "+" did not get cut and pasted. And are there not other ways to play it.
45 N-f7+ is a clever sac that almost works.
As I said, I am not really arguing for it, I just would have found it simpler.
I just ask you. you have a good vision. you're right, its simplier move. thanks
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