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Kevin Spraggett vs R Bedard
Ch. Montreal (1972)
French Defense: Alekhine-Chatard Attack. Albin-Chatard Gambit (C13)  ·  1-0


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Feb-27-05  schnarre: Love how White comes right THROUGH the Black center!
Apr-11-05  tldr3: i agree very strong play by Spraggett
Apr-15-05  schnarre: Knight sack, Queen sack, & Rook to the rear: Nice!
Apr-15-05  Shams: taking nothing away from Spraggett, the Nxd5 sac is quite standard in the Alekhine-Chathard attack.

I've never seen anything but 10...g6, and this game is a good reason why. Very dangerous attack. Unless black is booked up to the gills, he should play 6...c5!? 7.Bxe7 Qxe7* 8.Nb5 0-0 9.Nc7 cxd4 and give up the a8 rook for a ton of play.

* or 7...Kxe7!? if you are feeling especially frisky

Apr-19-05  schnarre: I've never been impressed with the French (that's usually the only time I ever win with 1. e4). <Shams> Certainly stronger, but can't be considered a "ton of play". Ditto on 10...g6!
Jun-28-08  Amarande: If 21 ... hxg5 22 Re8 is mate.

If 21 ... gxf6 22 Rgg8 and Black can save either the Bishop or the Knight but not both and ends up down a Rook.

If 21 ... Bc6 (preventing Re8 mate, saving the B, and leaving both White pieces attacked) 22 Rxg7! saves both!

A fun little game!

Jul-07-16  mikealando: the chess magic, a sacrifice and suddenly moves out of nowhere
Jul-07-16  beenthere240: I think KS is totally underrated and his website was the most incorrect and mind-blowing ever.
Jul-07-16  Eduardo Leon: <beenthere240> In what sense are photos of pretty girls “incorrect”?
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