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Boleslaw Niezgoda vs Michal Miroslaw
Kazimierz Dolny (2001), Kazimierz Dolny POL, rd 1, Mar-10
Caro-Kann Defense: Classical Variation (B18)  ·  0-1


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Aug-14-04  Rowson: This has got be be the worst example of white handeling the white side of the caro-cahn i've everseen. 11.0-0-0?? just loses the queen!!
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  tpstar: <Rowson> Speaking of losing your Queen in the Caro-Kann, check this out = M Hayami vs V Pupols, 1988
Jul-23-05  TonyClifton: Aaarrrrghhh... I canīt believe it...
Jul-23-05  mjk: Round 1 in a Swiss System tournament? The first seed plays the nth/2 seed; and this is what happens.
Jul-23-05  schnarre: Aye, aye, aye!?!?!?!
May-25-10  YoungEd: The fact that 5. f3 is an awful move is clear by move 6, when White has no really good moves available! 6. ♗e3 just drops a pawn. Maybe best is 6. ♘e2, so that a later queen check on h4 can be met with ♘g3, guarding the e-pawn. But that's hardly cause for celebration.
Dec-02-10  asianwarrior: A variation where a Caro-Kann become an attacking game.
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