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Nigel Rodney Davies vs Gad Rechlis
"Reckless Rechlis" (game of the day Jun-01-2004)
Tel Aviv-A (1989), Tel Aviv ISR, rd 6, Apr-??
Zukertort Opening: Sicilian Invitation (A04)  ·  1-0
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Jun-01-04  soberknight: Let's take a look...
Who votes for 8...Nb6 as black's first mistake?
Jun-01-04
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  Benzol: Gad Rechlis was more than a tad reckless.
Jun-01-04
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  An Englishman: Good Evening: My knowledge of opening theory is antiquated, but isn't Black supposed be in trouble as early as 5.d4? In this move order, the move Nc6 was (allegedly) premature, as 4.e3 followed by d4 allows central expansion by White. 3...Nf6; 4.e3, e6; 5.d4, d5 is still best, isn't it? But as I said, I am a bit rusty on openings.
Jun-01-04
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  vonKrolock: till 8.Qb3 is all ok - 8...Nb6? is weak- better Nxc3 - and further 19...Qd7? loses, better 19...Qf7! 20.Qxc6 (best)Re8 followed by h6 and Kg8 etc,and whith 2 pawns versus exchange, the game would go on...
Jun-01-04
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  kevin86: As is usual in 99% of these games,the winner's pieces are co-ordinated,the losers are not. Strange,white's pieces control the black colored squares so thoroughly,even with black having a queen and a black colored bishop on the board.
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