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Jan-Krzysztof Duda vs Radoslaw Wojtaszek
Dortmund Sparkassen (2018), Dortmund GER, rd 2, Jul-17
Trompowsky Attack: General (A45)  ·  1-0
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Jul-17-18
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  offramp: <OhioChessFan: I am on a work related project studying critical thinking.>

I am doing a study of absenteeism and the first page I looked at came up <404: File not found>.

Jul-17-18
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  PawnSac: < offramp: absenteeism.. 404: File not found>

lol good 1

Jul-17-18
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  PawnSac: ruh roh.. did Rad just make a mistake? Qa4 doubles up on the pinned knight
Jul-17-18
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  PawnSac: whiteshark: i think you are correct 20... Qb4 21. Nd4 Nxc4 22. Nc6 < Qb5 >
Jul-17-18
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  An Englishman: Good Morning: Happy Tuesday! Typical Trompowsky--starts out strange and then gets weird.
Jul-17-18
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  Marmot PFL: What an awful structure. That's why I play 1...Ne4 against the tromp.
Jul-17-18
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  offramp: The worst thing about tripled pawns is that if you accidentally lose one you still have doubled pawns.
Jul-17-18
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  whiteshark: Tripple f♙ = a late IPC!! ;)
Jul-17-18
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  An Englishman: Good Morning: ...and then after it gets weird, it gets very strange. White plays the Trompowsky hoping to obtain a good Knight vs. a bad Bishop and a superior pawn structure. Duda must feel satisfied with his game right now.
Jul-17-18
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  PawnSac: < An Englishman: starts out strange and then gets weird. >

and as Marmot astutely pointed out, then proceeds to awful. Rad is losing this

Jul-17-18
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  An Englishman: Good Morning: Why did White play h4? He made it harder for either a Rook or his King to attack the h7 pawn.
Jul-17-18  technical draw: Black's f6 pawn is dead meat.
Jul-17-18
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  Marmot PFL: Looks like white wants his king on f3.
Jul-17-18
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  JeffCaruso: Ran outta time??
Jul-17-18
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  WinKing: All right! Duda's on a roll!
Jul-17-18
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  PawnSac: < An Englishman: h4? harder for either a Rook or his King to attack the h7 pawn.>

the knight can go to h5 / f6 / h7 and trading a set of rooks will not solve this.

Jul-17-18
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  PawnSac: I know there have been a couple rare and historical games where black had tripled pawns but with the right piece formation to win, but marching my pawns single file to their death is not my idea of good strategy. More like the charge of the Light brigade. yuch
Jul-17-18
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  PawnSac: < JeffCaruso: Ran outta time?? >

no. ran out of play. black is dead lost. making time control on the move is no help

Jul-17-18
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  PawnSac: < Marmot PFL: What an awful structure. That's why I play 1...Ne4 against the tromp. >

I'm totally with you on that

Jul-17-18
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  Marmot PFL: could flip over to Kramnik game, though i doubt he can win it.
Jul-17-18  technical draw: No me queda Duda quien es el mejor.
Jul-17-18
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  Check It Out: 1...Ne4 is an awful long hop for a horsey.
Jul-17-18
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  HeMateMe: The dude!
Jul-17-18
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  morfishine: The Camptown ladies sing this song, Duda, Duda...
Jul-19-18  Atking: Should Black be afraid of Bb5+ ? 9...Ne5 immediately 10.Bb5+ Kf8 then 11...a6 12.Ba4 b5 13.Bb3 c4 14.Bc2 b4 15.N moves Qa5. Sure f5 s a target and Ne2 could easily fight on King side but if d5 falls Black ill have a better game.
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