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Michele Godena vs Nigel Davies
Budapest FS05 GM (1993), Budapest HUN, rd 10, May-??
Modern Defense: Standard Defense (B06)  ·  0-1

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Mar-01-07  WarmasterKron: More attacking potential in the Modern, apparently a vicious weapon in Davies' hands.

After 20.Nxf6+, White apparently thinks the queen recapture is prevented due to Bd4, but not so! 23.Bxe5? Qa3+ 24.Kb1 Nxb3 and White can resign.

Sep-23-14  Mating Net: I'll bet White regretted taking the b pawn, that is exactly what Black wanted. The whole attack came right down the b file.

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