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Frank Beynon vs Oldrich Duras
Rice CC Masters (1913), New York, NY USA, rd 10, Aug-02
Spanish Game: Exchange Variation. General (C68)  ·  0-1

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Mar-14-04  Checkmate123: great endgame by black.
Apr-03-04  PaulKeres: I played a game exactly the same upto 8...Bg4, where I (who was Black) played 8...Nf6. I also won.

But is the exachange such a bad choice for white? Is <5. Nxe5 ?!> ? Is there anyone out there who likes playing C68 as white?

Apr-03-04  iron maiden: I think it's a bad choice, handing Black the initiative. I always castle on move 5 so Black is forced to protect the e-pawn with Bd6, and then I play 6. d4.
Apr-30-04
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  tpstar: 16 ... Bb4!? set the trap 17. Nxg7?! Bg6 threatening 18 ... Rg8 19. Ne6 Re8. If 18. Kf1 Kd7 19. Nf3 Rg8 20. Bh6 Bf8 21. Ne5+ Ke7 22. Bg5+ Nf6 wins a piece. Better is 18. c3 Bd6 (18 ... Nxc3!? 19. a3! Ba5? 20. Nc4, or 19 ... Bf8 20. Ne6) 19. Ne4 Rg8 20. Ne6 Re8 21. N6g5 Nf4 swiping back a Pawn (22. Bxf4 Bxf4 23. Kf1 h6). Any improvements here?
Aug-30-04
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  tpstar: I believe the following is a good continuation against the Ruy Lopez Exchange with 5. Nxe5 = ... 0-0-0, then trade on f3 creating doubled Pawns, then attack on the Kingside before White has time to develop and defend.

floyd love-tpstar0 (InstantChess 8/30/04): 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 a6 4. Bxc6 dxc6 5. Nxe5 Qd4 6. Nf3 Qxe4+ 7. Qe2 Qxe2+ 8. Kxe2 Bg4 9. Re1 0-0-0 10. Kf1 Bxf3 11. gxf3 Bd6 12. Kg2 (12. d3 h6 over 12 ... Bxh2!? 13. f4 g5 14. fg ) Nh6 13. d3 Nf5 14. c3 (14. f4 Nd4) Nh4+ 15. Kh3 Nxf3 16. Re3 Nxh2 17. d4 h5 18. Nd2 (18. f3 g5) Ng4 19. Rf3 f6 20. Ne4 Rde8 21. Ng3 Re1 22. Nf5 (22. Nxh5? Rxh5+ 23. Kxg4 Rhh1) g6 23. Nxd6+ cxd6 24. Kg2 Rhe8 25. Rd3 R8e2 26. Rf3 Rc2 27. a3 Rcxc1 28. Rxc1 Rxc1 and Black won (0-1).

Mar-18-05  d4Nf6Bg5: It appears that beynon is one of the few in the database that was never told the elementary fact that Nxe5 is not good for white. Nice of him to try it though.
Mar-23-05  nfazli: according Steinitz 6Ng4 is strong
Jul-21-05
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  tpstar: jchagnon-tpstar (GameKnot 7/21/05): 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 a6 4. Bxc6 dxc6 5. Nxe5 Qd4 6. Nf3 Qxe4+ 7. Kf1!? Bg4 8. d3 Qe6 9. Qe1 Qxe1+ 10. Nxe1 0-0-0 11. Bd2 Ne7 12. h3 Bd7 13. Nf3 f6 14. g4!? h6 15. a3?! c5 16. Nc3 Bc6 17. Kg2?! Ng6 18. h4 Ne5 19. Ne4 Nxg4 20. Rhe1 f5 21. Ng3 g6 22. Ne2 Bg7 23. c3? Rxd3 24. Neg1?? Rxd2 and Black won (0-1).
Jul-29-19  gambitfan: 1) -12.22 (21 ply) 43.e6 ♔f6 44.♔g2 c6 45.e7 ♔xe7 46.d6+ ♔xd6 47.♔h3 ♔c5 48.♔g2 ♔c4 49.♔g1 ♔xc3 50.♔g2 b4 51.a4 b3 52.♔h3 b2 53.♔xh4 g2 54.♔h5 g1=♕

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