In the game Yakubboev-Sandipan (analysed in the latest Daring Defences Update

https://www.chesspublishing.com/content/11/index.htm#dut), Glenn Flear mentions that the last few moves are "off". The erroneous game score is available on various websites, for example

https://www.365chess.com/game.php?gid=4248961, and I've attempted to rectify it below:

Yakubboev,N - Sandipan,C

1.d4 f5 2.g3 Nf6 3.Bg2 e6 4.Nf3 g6 5.0–0 Bg7 6.c4 0–0 7.Nc3 d5 8.Bf4 c6 9.e3 Nbd7 10.Rc1 Ne4 11.Qc2 Qe7 12.Rfd1 Re8 13.Bf1 h6 14.a3 g5 15.Bc7 Ndf6 16.Be5 Ng4 17.Bxg7 Qxg7 18.Nxe4 fxe4 19.Ne1 Rf8 20.Rd2 Qf7 21.Bg2 Bd7 22.h3 Nf6 23.f3 Qh7 24.fxe4 Nxe4 25.Bxe4 dxe4 26.g4 h5 27.Qd1 Rf7 28.Rg2 e5 29.gxh5 Qf5 30.dxe5 Raf8 31.Qd6 Be6

At this point the given moves are nonsensical: 32.Nc2 g4 33.Re1 c5 34.Qd2 Kh7 35.Qc3 Qxe5 36.Rd1 Qf5 37.Qe1 g3 38.Kh1 Qf2 0-1

I suggest instead:

**32.h4 g4 33.Nc2 c5 34.Re1 Kh7 35.Qd2 Qxe5 36.Qc3 Qf5 37.Rd1 g3 38.Qe1 Qf2+ 39.Kh1 Bg4 0-1**which is much more plausible.

I think the missing 32.h4 is the only move that would make sense of Black's reply (32...g4). Then the remaining moves have been misaligned. The final move (39...Bg4) is my best-guess, i.e. something that would induce resignation (threatening both ...Bxd1 and ...Bf3).

P.S. I'm not currently a subscriber to the Daring Defences Section, so if Glenn Flear has already suggested the same correction then this post is embarrassingly superfluous

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