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Ivan Cheparinov vs Ivan Salgado Lopez
Aeroflot Open (2011), Moscow RUS, rd 7, Feb-14
Blumenfeld Countergambit: Dus-Chotimursky Variation (E10)  ·  1-0
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Feb-14-11
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  luzhin: Dazzling Knight play by Cheparinov: if 21...fxg5 22.Ne5+ Kg8 23.Qxg5+ Kh8 24.Nf7 mate.
Feb-14-11  falso contacto: terrible play by black.
Feb-15-11  kurtrichards: I couldn't believe it was Ivan playing. :(
Feb-15-11  jakaiden: <kurtrichards: I couldn't believe it was Ivan playing. :(>They are both named Ivan. Black has 3 undeveloped pieces and pawn grabbing in the opening didn't help.
Feb-15-11  sevenseaman: Cheparinov has played a scintillating game, so full of sparkle.
Feb-25-11  checkmateyourmove: chep says be my guest take as much as you like in the opening, but nothing is free without a hidden price
Feb-25-11  rapidcitychess: Qa4 was a blunder, says Houdini. +2.00 and then +5.00 for white.

Houdini also thinks that 11...Rxe2 was the downhill move ( at least.) and prefers 11...Rg4, which it rates at a minimal disadvantage for black. ( or =) Why did Lopez decide to get rid of his only active piece?

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