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Daniel Hugo Campora vs Efim Geller
Bern (1988), Bern SUI, Feb-??
Three Knights Opening: Steinitz Defense (C46)  ·  1-0

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Jul-26-11
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  profK: The mass exchanges leave Black with a dead lost rook and pawn ending. Tired play from EG.
Jul-26-11
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  perfidious: It's odd that Campora didn't play the theoretical recommendation 5.Nd5, unless he was afraid of his opponent's well known preparation.

The presence of the c-pawns in this rook ending spells doom for Black.

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