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Julio Bandres Carballo vs Doroteo Bustos Serrano
VII Alameda de Osuna (2001), Madrid ESP, rd 4, Apr-20
Dutch Defense: Janzen-Korchnoi Gambit (A80)  ·  1-0
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Mar-17-04  Benjamin Lau: Has anyone tried 2. g4!? (transposition in this game) against the Dutch? It looks suspicious and unsound at first, but it looks like it guarantees a lot of dangeorus kingside activity, in fact it reminds me a lot about a Benko, except for white, and with deadly activity on the k-side instead. Black has a lot of traps to watch out for. Here are a couple of nice miniatures:

M Pluss vs E Ruefli, 1987
W Schneider vs JG Bravo, 1989
K Litkiewicz vs T Paehtz, 1974

Here’s an example from Korchnoi:
Korchnoi vs Hans-Jurg Kanel, 1979

Mar-17-04  Benjamin Lau: The 3rd miniature shows that of course black has his fair number of threats as well, but the line is still an interesting one. ughaibu, I believe you've analyzed this unorthodox line before, do you have any comments?
Sep-27-04  Rowson: I play the Dutch and the thing that used to scare me the most was 2.g4!?
Dec-28-05  Timothy Glenn Forney: Black could have played 5...f6 6.Rxh7 Rxh7 7.Qxg6+ Rf7 8.Qxg4
Mar-05-08  deadlysin: fell for it!!
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