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Judit Polgar vs Angelo Papa
San Bernardino (1987), rd 4
Modern Defense: Pseudo-Austrian Attack (B06)  ·  1-0
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Jul-18-03  mj29479: well, in any case blacks will have to loose its queen.
Oct-02-03  John Doe: Black doesn't have much choice for move 19. He can waltz into a neat queen sac and smothered mate. Or lose a lot of material(even more so...)
Nov-19-04  pointguard: I question black's move 4...a6. White is building a powerful center with pawns. It would be a good idea for black to break up that center by attacking it immediately with black's center pawns.4...e5 may be a better move. 4... f5 should be considered here, as well. I think ...f5 is playable for black
Mar-25-09  WhiteRook48: great tactics against Papa :D
Mar-27-09  TheTamale: Papa probably had no idea how good this young girl was going to be. If I were playing someone substantially stronger than I, I would NEVER play the modern defense to begin with, much less a6 on my 4th move.
Mar-27-09  checknox: Judit was pursued to become a GM by her papa. So she probably knew what to do against Papa. And Black's opening helped her a lot.
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