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Utut Adianto vs Niaz Murshed
Dubai Asian Cities (1992), rd 5
Scotch Game: Classical Variation (C45)  ·  0-1


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  tpstar: naujnaitsirhc-tpstar (QueenAlice 8/24/05): People don't you know (1. e4 e5), don't you know it's about time (2. Nf3 Nc6)/Can't you hear the jam is pumpin' (3. d4 ed) while you taste the piece of mine (4. Nxd4 Bc5)/Many different flavors (5. Nf5!?) and this spice is strong (5 ... d5)/Get into the hot stuff (6. Nxg7+ Kf8), let me pour a little salt (7. Nf5?)

Baby let me show you how to do this (7 ... Bxf5 8. exf5)/You've gotta move this (8 ... Qh4 9. Be3??)/You're doin' fine (9 ... Bxe3 10. g3)/There's nothin' to it (10 ... Qe4 11. f3)/You gotta groove it (11 ... Qb4+ 12. Nd2)/Come on and move this (12 ... Re8 13. Be2)/Shake that body for me (13 ... Qxd2+ 14. Qxd2)/Shake that body for me (14 ... Bxd2+ 15. Kxd2 Nd4 & 0-1, 25) - Technotronic, "Move This"

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