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Presumably 28....Qe5-d6?? to defend the c-pawn allowing 29.Qd4+
28. ... f4?? 29. Qxh7 checkmate
I suppose it shows how difficult Black's position was to play, when one routine move 28. .. Qd6 allows mate in three, whilst another 28. .. f4 allows mate in one. I wonder what's Black's best? Perhaps it's Rc8 with the idea of defending the c6 pawn and also preparing Rc8-c7 to contest control of his second rank.RdC
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