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Ignacio C de Barros Barreto vs Darcy Gustavo Machado Vieira Lima
"Beaned Barreto" (game of the day Apr-05-2019)
I Duchamp Int Open (2017), Rio de Janeiro BRA, rd 8, Nov-17
Formation: Hippopotamus (A00)  ·  0-1
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Kibitzer's Corner
Feb-17-19
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  An Englishman: Good Evening: Sound or unsound, one virtue of Owen's Defense lies in the paucity of draws, so it might constitute a useful second string opening for situations where a draw is the same thing as a loss. Here's a nice example of a pawn chain busting combination.
Apr-04-19
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  OhioChessFan: "Beaned Barreto"
Apr-05-19
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  ChessHigherCat: The universal pun, a pun of such brilliance that it applies equally well (or badly) to any other game, for example: C Adkins vs L Gentil Jr, 1983
Apr-05-19
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  Sargon: <ChessHigherCat: The universal pun, a pun of such brilliance that it applies equally well (or badly) to any other game, for example: C Adkins vs L Gentil Jr, 1983>

Are you playing hopscotch on the interdimensional wormholes in the multiverse again, CHC?

Because REASONS...

Apr-05-19
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  offramp: A beaned burrito is famous all over the world for the amount of flatulence it is capable of producing. I have seen guys with huge distended stomachs resembling hippo corpses exhaling similar gases.

In this game one side of the board is much smellier than the other.

Apr-05-19
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  OhioChessFan: I'm very glad you picked up on the hippopotamus reference.
Apr-05-19  mrknightly: This game is incomprehensible to me. Would someone fill me in as to why it is 0-1?
Apr-05-19
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  Messiah: <mrknightly> White is a rook down, and the King is in front of the impending central pawn roll. Absolutely resignable.
Apr-05-19  Momentum Man: I like the game name, and I am also hungry for Mexican food
Apr-05-19
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  HeMateMe: Don't play the line/

If you can't do the time/

Apr-05-19  Pawn Slayer: "A beaned burrito is famous all over the world for the amount of flatulence it is capable of producing."

Not in Britain, it isn't.

Carlin peas do it for us. Rarely seen outside Lancashire now, they can produce enough fart gas to heat an average house. The expression "Carlin Sunday, farting Monday" was never more true.

Apr-05-19  Cheapo by the Dozen: More precisely, White is down the exchange and a couple of pawns, and Black's passed pawns are mobile.

Black threatens to win another piece with ... d5, now that Bc5 isn't counterplay for that, so White needs to defend right now as well.

Apr-05-19
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  FSR: Not only did Barreto get beaned, but Lima was the one who beaned him.
Apr-05-19
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  sfm: After 17.-,cxd5:


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Oops, White completely misses the danger and plays the natural 18.cxd5?? which gives away both his center pawns.

18.a6 (,Bc8 19.cxd) is probably the best response, White seems to be quite OK to me, though Black's attacking chances on the K-side looks promising.

Apr-06-19
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  FSR: <sfm> After 18.a6, 18...Bxa6! 19.Qxa6 d4 looks like a stronger response for Black.
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