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Konstantin Valeryevich Chernyshov vs Alexander Grischuk
RUS-chT (2005), Sochi, rd 4, Apr-19
Trompowsky Attack: General (A45)  ·  1-0
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Aug-18-07  Manic: Thank you for adding this chessgames!
This is an interesting line in the Trompowsky in which White sacrifices two pawns in exchange for rapid development, a good pawn centre and a target in the form of black's queen to harass. The key move is 9.Bc7!, which prevents black's queen from easily retreating to d8 via a5. As can been seen, even Grischuk, a super GM, has not managed to "refute" this line.
May-25-10
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  GrahamClayton: <Manic>The key move is 9.Bc7!, which prevents black's queen from easily retreating to d8 via a5. As can been seen, even Grischuk, a super GM, has not managed to "refute" this line.

<Manic>
9.♗c7! is one of the more amazing opening moves I have seen in a long time:


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It works - Black's Queen is foced to retreat to an unsatisfactory square, where it plays very little part in proceedings.

This game was played back in 2005 - have Black players come up with any refutations at all to 9.♗c7?

Jul-05-11
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  wordfunph: Chernyshov - Grischuk

after 13...♕g7


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awkward-looking queen on g7 huh!? :)

Jun-11-12  LoveThatJoker: Awesome game by GM Chernyshov!

LTJ

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