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Yge Visser vs Ad Kleijberg
Oss (1985), Oss NED
Queen Pawn Game: Torre Attack (D03)  ·  0-1
ANALYSIS [x]

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Kibitzer's Corner
Oct-08-05  lopium: Yeah, dead from the begining.
Jun-07-08  Imran khan: There is still a game for white
Jun-07-08  Alphastar: Well I for one would not like to play 10. Nxf3 Nc3 11. Qc1 Nxb1 12. Qxb1 Qxb4+ with an endgame where black has the exchange and a pawn. Not sure if there is anyting better.
Aug-24-08  RoyalFlush: I think the actual threat is 10.. Nxg5. So there isn't much game left
Aug-12-11  MartijnvanWingerden: <Alphastar> In your variation maybe 12...Bxb4+ 13.Kd1 Bc5 is better. The Bishop is developed, and if the queen takes the Knight has many squares on the queenside.
Jul-21-12
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  henryraoul: 10.Nxf3 loses to Bxb4+ followed by Nc3 + winning easily once the king moves to e2. White can't interpose with the knight due to the bishop hanging on g5. Is this the shortest master game of recent times?
Jul-29-14  GumboGambit: Yge-Ads!
Jul-29-14  bystander: 7) b4 does not look right and makes Ne4/Nc3 possible for black. Why not Be2 and 0-0?
Jul-29-14  bystander: After 9) h3 black gets a strong attack (zie previous posts). What about 9) Ne4x de4x 10) Qd4? The pin of the queen has gone and if black plays 9)...Qd4x then 10) Nd4x and if black plays 9)...ed4x then white plays 10) Qg4x. Although I think black has still an advantage, this variation seems better to me than the position after 9) h3?

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