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Bagyashree Sathe Thipsay vs Jack Rudd
BCF-ch (1999), Scarborough ENG, rd 9, Aug-11
Spanish Game: Classical Variation. Cordel Gambit (C64)  ·  0-1

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Apr-29-05  Orbitkind: Very nice finish.
Apr-29-05  Shams: yes. the opening was a debacle for white. 7.exf5? (7.Bxg5 was better and white is not above trading bishop for knight on f6.) 11.Bxc6? and trying to hang on to the f-pawn was a bad plan-- it should be pitched for the sake of developing white's queenside with Bg5 and Nc3.

after 14.Qxc6? Bxf5 white deserved what was coming to him. His Nd2 blocks the Bc1 but 15.Nc4 Be4 and lights out for white. Not a stellar game by Thipsay. Perhaps he was a bit tipsy? ugh...sorry.

Apr-29-05  your brilliance: <Shams>: observant commentary, but this is the she-Thipsay. There is a he-Thipsay, first name Praveen.

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