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NN vs Henk H Hage
cr NBC/245/p.122 (1989)
Queen's Gambit Declined: Albin Countergambit (D08)  ·  0-1


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Oct-15-04  Knight13: 3. dxe5 is better. 5. Qe3+? is terrible. 6. cxd5?! might be a bad move. 7. dxe6? is also terrible. White made few bad moves here.
Dec-28-05  buffalobill: This is a patzer's game. Does it deserve to be in the database?
Dec-28-05  TheKid: Just because it's a novice game does not warrant its destruction. Unless your a Grandmaster...
Dec-28-05  syracrophy: Instead of 5.Qe3+?!, I would have preferred the simple 5.Qxd5.

And instead of the blunder 7.dxe6??, I would have preferred 7.Qe4

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  TheTamale: NN at his worst, and that's saying a lot.
Apr-18-14  sneaky pete: From an Albin Countergambit theme tournament. NN is from the German Democratic Republic, that was rightly discontinued shortly after this game.
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  JointheArmy: What is the evaluation if white plays 6. Nxd5 instead?
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