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Eigil Pedersen vs Aristides Zografakis
Dubrovnik olm (1950), YUG, rd 15, Sep-10
Sicilian Defense: Dragon. Levenfish Variation (B71)  ·  1-0
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Oct-28-04  Apocalypse79: This game is the same as another.
Nov-01-04  Theoryhack: The same as many others no doubt! 6...Nc6!
Sep-04-05  chessnewbie: can someone show me the win? i don't get it. what happens after Bxe6?
Sep-04-05  Achilles87: Qxd8#
Nov-14-08  Kiborg007: 10... fxe6 11 Qxd8+ Kf7 12 O-O+ Nf6 13...
Nov-09-10  sfm: I remember reading about this game in "Skakspilleren 2", a Danish book, with EP's own comments. After 6.f4 he wrote "A known trap the poor greek fell right into." Later somebody told me that this is not clear. 7.e5,Nh5! (8.g4,Nxf4).

EP writes:

"After 10.Ne6+ he sat for 4 minutes without uttering a sound. Then he cursed in 4 languages and resigned!"

Later I tried the trap in a tournament game, but my opponent did not play 7.-,dxe5, but 7.-,Ng4 8.Bb5+,Kf8. What now? Maybe 9.e6 is the strongest move, but castling (which I did) is good too, Black as a lousy position. Luckily my opponent then played -,dxe5??, and the game was only one move longer...

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