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Daniel Stellwagen vs Dirk Daniel van Geet
Corus Reserve Group (2000), Wijk aan Zee NED, rd 4, Jan-24
Caro-Kann Defense: De Bruycker Defense (A40)  ·  0-1
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Mar-06-04  thefrogspitit: is na6 theoretically unsound? because i like it!! and i especially like it against f4 "the bird" too bad there are no games with it :-/
Mar-06-04  Woodpusher: I used to play a fellow blitz games in a local park, and he would always make the Na6-Nc7 (Na3-Nc2) maneuver. He used to preach "don't play moves from a book, use your own ideas!"
Mar-22-04  thefrogspitit: yea, i've seen it in the benoni too this maneuver...tal used to play it in some lines. The only question i have is: what do you do when bishop takes knight and your pawns are doubled on the rook file and is this a major weakness?
Mar-22-04  drukenknight: depends....is your K on that side or not? knowing when/where to castle seems rather more complex than simply "Castle early." (tarrasch).
Mar-22-04  orangeclown07: re: thefrog- If they take your Knight on a6 in the benoni, you (black) will get huge pressure on b2, which is the meeting point of the g7 B and the rook on the newly opened b-file. I've actually never seen any high-class games in which that happened, but people do it quite a bit online.
Jun-06-04  a.nugent: I'm looking for The Van Geet
opening booklet put out by New in Chess(1991 ?).Black paper cover.Will buy or trade.
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Jul-10-12  Wyatt Gwyon: Interesting bookends to this game!
Dec-06-13  parisattack: Nice! Black gets a Gurgenidze Robatsch with a couple extra tempi (...g6, ...Bg7 -> ...Bf8) and a finely placed Queen's knight.
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