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Anthony Cornelis Kosten vs Mark Hebden
Geneva Open (1987), Geneva SUI
Italian Game: Two Knights Defense. Modern Bishop's Opening (C55)  ·  1-0
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Kibitzer's Corner
Sep-29-04  Dudley: If 22...Rxf7 23 e5! Nfd7 24.Qh5 Qe8 25.Qxh7+ Kf8 26.e6 pretty well wraps it up. This variation of the Two Knights and Giuoco Piano with an early d3 was popular in the 80's and still has lots of advantages if you like a more positional type of game than the regular lines.
Sep-29-04  clocked: <Dudley> d3 is a regular line
Sep-30-04  Dudley: Ok I was alluding to the "most popular" regular line that gets talked about the most on this site, the Fried Liver attack with 4.Ng5.
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