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Rudnew vs Drosd
Baranovitschi (1977)
King's Gambit: Falkbeer Countergambit. Charousek Gambit Accepted (C32)  ·  1-0



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Oct-02-11  Shams: White was one rude dude here.
Two bishops beat the queen- one for <whiteshark>'s collection: Game Collection: 53_Middlegames_2 minor pieces for a Queen
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  whiteshark: Out of the blue a storm broke loose.
Oct-02-11  DrMAL: Thanx <Shams> for pointing out this gem of game. Castling here was inaccurate better to develop pieces (e.g., 7...Qe7 or 7...Bf5) and 8.Qxe4! was already one beautiful (best) move. With plan chosen to castle long ASAP game was equal after 13...Bf5 with beautiful Q sac 14.fxe5! evaluated by Houdini as best move. I think sac should get much bigger score, black's K is exposed and minor pieces are ready to pounce (black also behind in development). Difficult for computer to assess such material imbalance, it's set of rules cannot be made universal as it is being used for. Position was very sharp now so slight inaccuracy 15...Be7 was important. Second one 16...Kg7 (instead of Kh8) was losing and white did good job of showing how (except 21.Bf6?! Qd6!). Very instructive as well as very beautiful game!
Oct-02-11  DrMAL: Computer line is also very instructive it gives back material for interesting imbalance.

Houdini_20_x64: 27/61 09:53 4,831,150,061 8,145,000 0.00 14.fxe5 Bxe4 15.Nxe4 Rxe5 16.Nxc5 Qxd5 17.Nb3 Qxg2 18.Bc3 Rae8 19.Bc4+ Kf8

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From here one can continue with 20.Rhf1 for Q+P+P vs. B+B+N or one can take 20.Bxe5 Rxe5 for Q+P+P vs. R+B+N computer evaluates as same with 20.Rhf1 f5 21.Bxe5 Rxe5 (dead equal).

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  louispaulsen88888888: I mean its. Even the #$&* autocorrect doesnít know its grammar.

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