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Jennifer Shahade vs Wang Pin
Olympiad, women (2002), Bled SLO, rd 5, Oct-30
Sicilian Defense: Najdorf Variation. Poisoned Pawn Accepted (B97)  ·  1-0

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  Sneaky: Is this what's known as the poisoned pawn variation?

I fully approve of 8.Qd2 and usually do a very similar thing when playing offbeat queens-pawn openings as White. If Black wants to spend the time playing Qb6, Qxb2, and then retreating, I say let him. (or her)

Apr-18-04  f1list: 29. Nxe4 is nice, but black didn't have to accept.
Apr-18-04  Kenkaku: Quite a brutal finish indeed. Perhaps 30...Rf8 would save.
Nov-24-06  aazqua: Nice. Black plays with fire and gets burned. An appalling neglect of king protection.
Dec-31-11  hedgeh0g: I imagine obtaining a wang pin would be a fairly painful procedure.
Dec-31-11  Shams: <hedgeh0g> <I imagine obtaining a wang pin would be a fairly painful procedure.>

Sure, but next to the "wang fork" or "wang skewer", it sounds like a picnic. And let's not even contemplate the "wang smothered mate".

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  Honza Cervenka: <Shams: <hedgeh0g> <I imagine obtaining a wang pin would be a fairly painful procedure.>

Sure, but next to the "wang fork" or "wang skewer", it sounds like a picnic. And let's not even contemplate the "wang smothered mate".>

Not to mention "zugzWANG"...:-)

Mar-04-13  Garech: Now that's poison.


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  FSR: <hedgeh0g> I understand that I briefly got mine stuck in my zipper about 50 years ago.
Dec-31-15  NyP: <Kenkaku - Perhaps 30...Rf8 would save.> I'm not shure if it saves the day. Just one example: 30.--Rf8 31. Qh4+ Rf6 32. Rd3 Qc7 33. Qb4+ Kf7 34 Bh5+
Jan-01-16  satyasai: THIS IS COOL
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  RookFile: Wang winged the wong number here.
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  tamar: Wang Pin wing pawn went wrong.
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  maxi: My advice: avoid the wang hedgehog.
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