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Emanuel Berg vs Pawel Blehm
World Junior (2000), Yerevan ARM, rd 12, Oct-01
Scotch Game: Classical. Millennium Variation (C45)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Oct-05-07
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  tpstar: ricardoshima-tpstar (QueenAlice 10/4/07): Don't tell me to stop (1. e4 e5), tell the rain not to drop (2. Nf3 Nc6)/Tell the wind not to blow (3. d4 ed), 'cause you said so (4. Nxd4 Bc5)/Tell the sun not to shine (5. Be3 Qf6), not to get up this time (6. c3 Qg6), no no (7. Qe2 Nxd4)/Let it fall by the way (8. cxd4 Bb4+), but don't leave me where I lay (9. Bd2 Bxd2+)/Tell me love isn't true (10. Nxd2 Ne7), it's just something that we do [last book move]/Tell me everything I'm not but (11. d5 0-0) please don't tell me to stop (12. Rc1 c6)/Tell the leaves not to turn (13. d6), but don't ever tell me I'll learn [13. Qf3!? =], no no (13 ... Qxd6)/Take the Black off a crow (14. Qh5 Ng6), but don't tell me I have to go (15. g3)/Tell the bed not to lay [15. Rc3!? ], like the open mouth of a grave (15 ... Qd4), yeah (16. b3)/Not to stare up at me [16. Qc5!? Qxb2 17. f4 ], like a calf down on its knees (16 ... d5)/Tell me love isn't true (17. ed??), it's just something that we do [17. Qe2 ]/Tell me everything I'm not but (17 ... Re8+) don't ever tell me to stop (18. Be2 Bg4)/Don't you ever (0-1) - Madonna + Fritz 7, "Don't Tell Me"


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Jan-09-14  RedShield: <Blehm it on the Berg E.>
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