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J U Trippe vs Barbara Skonieczna
cr FS/89/9/404 (1988)
Scandinavian Defense: Kiel Variation (B01)  ·  0-1
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Nov-06-03  Lawrence: After White's next move, Black replies 10......a6 and White is going to lose his Queen. He gets some material back for it, but not enough.
Nov-06-03  fatbaldguy: Nice ruse by black - and unlike the recently posted Budapest gambit trap with a similar final position, this one does not seem to be flawed... note that 6 d5 is met by 6 ... b5, and if 7 c:b5 then 7 ... Nd4 looks ok for black.
Nov-07-03  Lawrence: fbg, 6.....b5 is indeed one of those moves that is as surprising as it is good.
Apr-05-05  Theoryhack: The Kiel variation. 5 a3! avoids all this nonsense, but some Black players stick to this variation in the hope of springing this trap.
Feb-15-11  chesschampion11: WHY 10.♔e2??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
Mar-04-13
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  jomas: Why 10.e2?
White is avoiding 10..a6, 11.Qb4, Nd3+ losses the White Queen
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