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K Weber vs Josef Dobias
Ceska Trebova (1913), Ceska Trebova AUH
Spanish Game: Exchange Variation. General (C68)  ·  0-1
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Aug-08-06  vizir: 5...Qg5
may-not-be-the-recommandation-because-of-6.Nf3-Qxg2-7.- Rg1
Mar-10-07  geraldo8187: this is the only game in the database with the Nxe5 Qg5 line. my fritz says that the position is equal after the queen trade, but with two powerful pawns in the center, i don't see how white isn't better.
Feb-07-08
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  hedgeh0g: Yes, this could develop into something of a "poisoned pawn" variation of the Ruy Lopez in that line, vizir. Much better is the usual response, Qd4 which wins back the pawn whilst keeping the queen active.

In this game, wouldn't 7...Bh3 be a better continuation than the queen trade?

Jun-29-11
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  profK: I think that there is work in this line to come. White gets space and potentially quick development. The move 7...Bh3 is not the best, as there is a mate in 2 !!!
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