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Bill Wall vs Barry Henline
Statesville (1977), Statesville, NC USA
Spanish Game: Exchange. Normal Variation (C69)  ·  1-0
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Mar-20-06
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  Mating Net: I have played this exact same game a few times in blitz. White's e pawn is just irresistible, it seems, during blitz chess. I've never been fortunate enough to play this line OTB.

The sharp Black players play 6...h5! which needs to be handled very carefully by White.

Nov-21-07  Pianoplayer: <Mating net> why would 6...h5 be handeld very carefully by white?
Feb-03-19
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  sea7kenp: <Pianoplayer>: If White isn't careful, Black can develop a Mating attack with Queen and Rook. I have lost that way before.
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