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Jeroen Piket vs Roman Dzindzichashvili
World Team-ch 2nd (1989), Lucerne SUI, rd 3, Oct-30
Modern Defense: Beefeater Variation (A40)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Dec-11-04  Kaspy2: Dzindzi plays his outrageous "roman opening", an unorthodox line, but doesnt get much out of it this time. He authored a video lecture on this where he goes into detail about it. looks playable indeed for black.
Dec-11-04  drukenknight: it is like Nimzo indian, yes?
Dec-11-04  Kaspy2: right, but called Dzindzo-Indian
Dec-11-04  drukenknight: oh that is what that is all about? huh.
Jul-28-05  Resignation Trap: This opening http://www.chessgames.com/perl/ches... is usually called "The Beefeater" (a touch of Dzin).

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