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Aia Temirova vs Edna Tweddell
Chess Olympiad (Women) (1994), Moscow RUS, rd 4
Italian Game: Two Knights Defense. Fried Liver Attack (C57)  ·  1-0


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Kibitzer's Corner
Oct-28-04  white pawn: She must have been "Tweddel" Dum! Just kidding, but man did black get toasted.
Oct-28-04  Whitehat1963: Talk about a "poisoned pawn"!
Aug-04-07  Whitehat1963: The final skewer is merely superflous, as practically any bishop move lends itself to the immediate mating threat (25. Rfb1). Personally, I like tempting the pawns with the poison bishop via Be3 or Bh7, or tempting the queen with Bd2. (Opening of the Day)
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  FSR: What an absurd game.
Jan-24-08  ahmadov: 6...Qf6 in the Two Knights Defence? That is guite interesting, but I am sure I will never play that :-)
Feb-07-08  Samagonka: Bang! I love to see a King forced to trott like that while his Queen and rooks helplessly gallivant.
Jul-18-08  Udit Narayan: It is refreshing to see the Fried Liver Attack in action.
Feb-25-11  Sem: Olympiad: one woman, two womans.
Mar-14-12  soberknight: Black sacrificed a rook for nothing.
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  Penguincw: Ouch. Black is only down a rook and a bishop, you lets another rook fall.
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  watwinc: Why not 24 Rb1?
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