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Joel Benjamin vs Eduard Gufeld
Cardoza US op (1998)  ·  Sicilian Defense: Chekhover Variation (B53)  ·  1-0
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Aug-02-04  shr0pshire: Benjamin analyzes this game: http://video.chess.fm/benjamin/05-1...

It is fun to watch Benjamin analyze his own game.

Aug-02-04  Dick Brain: A couple nice shots I bet most people would miss 32. Qxh6. A slight grumble in that neither 29...Qb5 or 32...Nf5 look like the best move.
Nov-25-04  morphy234: This is Joey's best game!! why not on his "best games" list??
Nov-27-04  mjk: Benjamin shows that 12...b5 is weak. That makes Black's Q poorly positioned, and he needs to look for an improvement earlier.
Jul-31-05  stijn: This game is really great.
Aug-08-05  Chessography: Why not 32... Rf6? (question mark representing confusion, not that it may be a bad move)
Aug-08-05  Chessography: I really don't understand 12... b5. It just seems that the pawn hanging by a thread.
Sep-22-05  Averageguy: I think that Gufeld was playing for tricks with the e4 pawn with 12...b5.
Apr-12-06  Chessography: I know that the pawn on b5 can't be taken right away, but it is a long-term weakness and Black probably does not have enough compensation in the open a-file.
Oct-09-11
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  FSR: Benjamin couldn't stand Gufeld, and had a rough time against (2-3 in five games, all with Benjamin playing White), http://www.chessgames.com/perl/ches..., so he must have particularly enjoyed this elegant win.
Nov-03-12  The Last Straw: <morphy237> Go to the chessgames FAQ page and you'll know.
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