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Florentino Garmendez Gonzalez vs Maurice Ashley
Philadelphia op2 (1990), Philadelphia, PA USA
Modern Defense: King Pawn Fianchetto (B06)  ·  0-1

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Oct-31-14  chessastronomy: Modern Defense
Tactical-Positional Decisions
Florentino has opening edge, Ashley has overexpanded his pawn formation. A key tac. pos. DECISION is required on white´s move 16. A:h6 ! although Florentino played 16. T:a3 . In another tact. pos. deci. on move F. Garméndez plays 39. Nf3 = instead of the better 39. e:f 4 M. Ashley starts increasing his initiative after 45. ... a4 and wins the game with a tactical blow in a queen+rooks+passed-pawn endgame

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