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Hans Multhopp vs Jayson Gonzales
28th World Open (2000), Philadelphia, PA USA, rd 3, Jul-01
Czech Defense: General (B07)  ·  1-0

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Nov-08-05
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  al wazir: 1. Is this opening a Pirc or is it a Czech defense, whatever that is?

2. Where's the win? 32...Qxd2 33. Rxd2 Kxe8 34. Kxh3. Looks pretty even to me.

Sep-11-09  ryanpd: Black probably lost on time.

White's last chance for a win was 26. h5!

As for the final position, black is better.

Analysis by Rybka 3 1-cpu 32-bit:
32...Qxd2+ 33.Rxd2 Rxe8 34.Kxh3 Re3+ 35.Kg4 Ke6 36.Rh2 b6 37.h5 gxh5+ 38.Rxh5 Re1 39.Rh2 d5 40.Kf3 Kf6 41.Kf2 Rc1 42.Ke3 Rf1 43.Rh5 Re1+ (-0.64) Depth: 20

Aug-26-10  vintage geisha: the czech defense is part of the modern/pirc complex. It delays fianchetto of the dark squared bishop till the game's plans become more concrete. As in this case, fianchettoing the bishop is often abandoned.

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