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Mephisto (Computer) vs Andreas Bachmann
Berlin (1988), Berlin GER, rd 5
Gruenfeld Defense: Three Knights. Hungarian Variation (D93)  ·  1-0


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May-05-05  ArturoRivera: b6?, what a fool!
Feb-28-06  Autoreparaturwerkbau: Why is the game lost - is that some kind of a queen-trap?
Feb-28-06  jamesmaskell: Yeah, the Black queen goes next move. b6?? cut the only escape route for the queen. You cant get away with moves like that, especially against a computer! Perhaps in blitz game with a human opponent maybe but obviously this wasnt a blitz game.
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  TheAlchemist: How does the Queen go after say 11...Ba6? If Black is totally passive, say 11...h6 12.Qa2 h5 (just to illustrate, of course these were two bad moves) 13.b4 trpas the Queen. Black "only" loses a Pawn, 11...Ba6 12.Bxa6 Qxa6 13.Nxd5
Jun-26-07  piroflip: How on earth does the black queen go next move? If you must make rash statements, please back them up with concrete lines. Black (a strong player) is in a little trouble, but should fight on here.
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