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Tibor Menyhart vs Tamas Dani
Debrecen (1998), rd 9, Feb-25
Barnes Opening: Hammerschlag (A00)  ·  0-1
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Mar-20-17  samvega: After 5.ed, I assume black would play 5..Nf6, as the g pawn is not really hanging. But wouldn't 5.Nc3 be annoying? It threatens Nxd5, ..Nf6 is no longer available, and if 5..de 6.Nxe4, doesn't black have to lose time defending the g pawn?

I was also wondering about 7.Nf3.

After 12.Qc3, it looks like black could step out of the fork with 12..Qf5+ and 13..d4. That seems like it would be OK, but I guess the rook sac is stronger.

Black delays castling for one move with 13..d4. His pieces are rather loose and his queen potentially overworked. So I was wondering about 14.Rh6. 14.Rh6 de+ 15.Kg3 (not 15.Ke1 O-O-O) Bd6+ Kh4. OK I know that's a very silly place to put the king, but is he getting mated? And if not, isn't he going to win another piece?

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