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Curt Hansen vs Dibyendu Barua
"First Dibs" (game of the day Sep-13-2017)
Biel Interzonal (1993), Biel SUI, rd 3, Jul-18
English Opening: King's English Variation. Three Knights System General (A27)  ·  0-1
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Nov-19-03  TheAussiePatzer: Nice (but fairly simple) tactics from black here.
Mar-31-09
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  whiteshark: Position after <18.Na4> is a good end-of-the-week puzzle:


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Sep-13-17
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  offramp: The mechanics of dibsing is pretty straightforward.

The crucial factor is that the animals, vegetables or minerals that are being dibbed <are not yet available>.

If the entity were available then bagsying would be in order.

Therefore we conclude that bagsying outranks dibsing because actuality precedes potentiality.

Sep-13-17
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  thegoodanarchist: <If the entity were available then bagsying would be in order.>

The knowledge available today on the internet is truly astounding.

Sep-13-17  catlover: By 18...Nf6+ it seems the process had gone from dibsing to bagging.
Sep-13-17
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  kevin86: After the smoke clears from the attack, black is two points ahead.
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