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Alexandre Boog vs Michele Godena
Geneva (1993), Geneva SUI, rd 9
Vienna Game: Vienna Gambit. Main Line (C29)  ·  0-1
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Apr-30-07  Trimagna: 1. e4 e5
2. Nc3 Nf6
3. f4 d5
4. fxe5 Nxe4
5. Nf3 Ng5
May-27-15  Bycotron: A beautiful ending! Absolutely brilliant play by Godena. Stunning!!!
May-27-15
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  TheFocus: Well, White should have employed a "Full Tilt Boogie" way of playing.
Jun-22-16
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  fredthebear: I like 42.Ne7 robbing the pin on the Black bishop and indirectly threatening the bishop, threatening the g-pawn, and preparing to fork the rook if the Black king tries to advance or remain there. This knight move seems to force the Black king to retreat -- not the direction he wants to go. If 42...P moves, then fork K&R. If 42...R moves, the bishop is taken (perhaps after the g-pawn is taken w/check) and the Black king is cut-off from the d-file.

It's amazing how quickly Black takes over this game down a piece once the opposition of kings is gained. 42.Ne7 slows the Black king down and wins material.

Aug-04-17  technical draw: <TheFocus><Well, White should have employed a "Full Tilt Boogie" way of playing.>

But it was black who boogied all the way down to white side.

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