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Kevin Spraggett vs Juan Dominguez
Badalona (1991)
King's Indian Defense: Orthodox Variation. Classical System Misc. Lines (E98)  ·  1-0


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Jul-06-05  DanRoss53: Dominguez was at most nine here; he played in the U18 World Championships in 2000: Navara vs L Dominguez, 2000
Jul-06-05  paul dorion: The scoresheet says Dominguez only . there are 30 of them in the database
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  kevin86: It looks like the pawns will by crashin' through.
Jul-06-05  farrooj: those pawns are extremely dangerous. Doesn't anyone have a collection for pawn lifts ?(I think that's what it's called)
Feb-06-06  iamverywellatchess: The name of the opening in in-correct. It should fall under the category of 1. c4.
Feb-06-06  hintza: It is correct.
Feb-06-06  iamverywellatchess: You obviously fall into the category of an ill informed chess person. The opening is, of course, in-correctly labelled.
Feb-06-06  hintza: It is correctly labelled. It starts off as an English but through transposition it becomes a King's Indian Orthodox, Aronin-Taimanov with 9.Ne1, i.e. E98. It is somewhat ironic that you are calling me "ill informed"; if anything, it is you, not me, that is so.
Feb-09-06  blingice: <iamverywellatchess> What is your first language? You are obviously NOT very well at Chess if you think this opening is called 1. c4.
Jun-11-07  mhelshou: It looks like from move 27, White had Black's rook for a good amount of time!
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