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Matthias Duppel vs Philippe Rouzaud
Cappelle la Grande (2001), Cappelle la Grande FRA, rd 8, Mar-02
Latvian Gambit: Mason Countergambit (C40)  ·  0-1
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Jan-12-03  refutor: amazing that a 2444 would fall for a trick like this...hmmm...black was rated 2218 and this was the 8th round...he wasn't going for a norm was he? ;)
Oct-29-03  mack: Er... what happens next?
Oct-29-03  Diggitydawg: <Mack> Look at the B at g5.
Oct-29-03  mack: Oh right, duh. Thanks for that, I was staring at that for ages... I'm ill I tell you
Jan-28-04
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  InspiredByMorphy: The snake bit him right in the kiester!
Mar-12-04  731: wow.. it took me about 15 seconds to realise why white gave up, that checkfork was quite subtle, nice latvian gambit move.
Jun-06-04  rochade18: This trap has to be prepared by playing c6. So white should more think of a move like c6 which blocks the knight on b8.
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