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Peter Dittmar vs Nicola Ferrari
"Read Ferrari" (game of the day Apr-28-2019)
21st Open (2001), Bratto ITA, rd 6, Aug-27
Gruenfeld Defense: General (D80)  ·  1-0
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Apr-24-19
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  wordfunph: 37...Qb7??

knight fork coming :(

Apr-25-19
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  najdorfBAS: I don't think 37...Qb7 deserves "??" as Black is completely lost whatever he plays. The damage had been done much earlier with 21...Rae8??
Apr-28-19
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  An Englishman: Good Evening: 21...Rae8 might look bad, but what else can Black do against the e-file invasion? The mistake might have come even earlier. Perhaps Black should have accepted the offer of a Queen exchange.
Apr-28-19
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  OrangeTulip: Yes swapping the queens would left black with a good game, I guess
Apr-28-19  mrknightly: Would someone (Offramp?)please explain "pun" as it relates to game other than last name.
Apr-28-19
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  offramp: "Read Ferrari" refers to the main colour of Ferrari motor vehicles: red.

"Read" in this case rhymes with "red".

The group Led Zeppelin was originally called "Lead Zeppelin", but people were saying "Leed Zeppelin", so the name was changed.

Apr-28-19
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  offramp: How it relates to the <game>, mrknightly... That is anyone's guess.

Even the great offramp knows not.

Apr-28-19
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  whiteshark: If you replace <clue> with <pun> you're almost there:

<What kinds of clues are there? Some are visual, some are anagrams, some are mathematical, some are in the spirit of crossword clues, some require a knowledge of chess history, and some are just plain bizarre. To get a feel for the kinds of clues that you will encounter, check out last year's Present Hunt and the Q&A section below.

If you are the first person to discover the game page referred to by an unsolved clue, you'll see a special banner that reads "Congratulations, [<offramp>] you are a winner!" Simply click on this banner to claim your prize!>

Apr-28-19  cormier:


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Analysis by Houdini 4 d 26 dpa done

1. = (0.16): 19...Qxe2 20.Bxe2 Rff8 21.Bd2 Nf6 22.b5 cxb5 23.Rc7 Ba6 24.a4 Rfc8 25.Rxc8+ Bxc8 26.Bxb5 Be6 27.Ne5 Ne4 28.Be1 Rc8 29.Nc6 Rc7 30.f3 a6 31.Nd8 Bd7 32.Bxd7 Rxd7 33.fxe4 Rxd8 34.e5 Rc8 35.Rb1 Rc6 36.Kf2 Kf7 37.Kf3 Ke6 38.Bd2

2. + / = (0.27): 19...Re8 20.Qxe7 Rxe7 21.Bc3 Rf8 22.a4 Bh6 23.Bd2 Bxd2 24.Rxd2 a5 25.bxa5 bxa5 26.Rb2 Ba8 27.Rbb1 Kg7 28.h3 Re6 29.Kh2 h6 30.Rb3 Re7 31.Rb2 Ree8 32.Rbc2 Re6 33.Rb1 Ree8 34.Rbb2 Re6 35.Rc3 Ree8 36.Rc1 g5 37.Rbb1 Rb8 38.Re1 Rbe8 39.h4 Rxe1 40.Rxe1

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