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Peter Cafolla vs Fernando Guerrero
Gibtelecom Chess Festival (2006), Gibraltar, rd 4, Jan-27
Queen Pawn Game: Chigorin Variation (D02)  ·  1-0
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FEN COPIED

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Sep-30-06  spartacusxerox: How could someone of that rating play something as stupid as 7. ... Nxd4? A classic trick.
Aug-11-07  gBizzle: the only person ive ever seen fall for that "trick"(it really isnt one since everyone knows it) was against a nontournament player of about 400 strength
Apr-28-09
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  Marmot PFL: stick to baseball fernando
Feb-09-10  asianwarrior: Maybe black horse is hungry at that time, ha, ha, ha! Anyway,it teaches amateurs like me not to be so greedy. Black failed to see the purpose of white's bishop going to d3 decreaing protection of d pawn.
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