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John Nunn vs Mark Hebden
"Knocking on Hebden's Door" (game of the day Nov-22-2014)
London LARA (1979)
Vienna Game: Vienna Gambit. Modern Variation (C29)  ·  1-0


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Dec-06-09  Halfpricemidge: Good game, but 15...f6 seems like it would have messed things up for white.
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  GrahamClayton: Maybe 15...♗e7 stopping 16.♗g5 was a better idea?
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  al wazir: Black would have had better chances with 18...Bxg2+ 19. Kxg2/Qxg2 Qc6+ 20. Rf3 gxf6.
Nov-22-14  celtrusco: <al wazir><18...Bxg2+ 19. Kxg2/Qxg2 Qc6+ 20. Rf3 gxf6> If 18...Bxg2+ 19.Qxg2 Qc6+ 20. Rf3 gxf6 then 21-Rh3++.
Nov-22-14  acapo: ...Bxg2+ 19.Qxg2 Qc6+? if Whites queen is on g2 19.Qc6 isn't a check)
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  al wazir: <celtrusco>: Good point.
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  kevin86: mate to come in a flash with a little queen gymnastics:h4,g5,h5
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  morfishine: Great Game, Hats off to <CG>! Nunn is one of my favorite players and annotators. He is on my list of "Strongest players not to have won the Title". I only have two so far: him and Korchnoi


Nov-22-14  Lil Swine: <morfishine> what about Bronstein and Keres?
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  An Englishman: Good Evening: And Rubinstein?
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