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Jonny Hector vs Peter Leko
Copenhagen BSF (1995), Copenhagen DEN, rd 7, Mar-??
King's Gambit: Accepted. Fischer Defense (C34)  ·  0-1

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Dec-06-03
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  InspiredByMorphy: Too bad white didnt play 5. Bc4
Jun-01-06  KingG: <Too bad white didnt play 5. Bc4> And then what after 5...Bg7 ? For example:

J Yoos vs Hjartarson, 1996

Jonkman vs L B Hansen, 1994

Apr-03-07  Atking: Yes <KingG> we are under the influence of these games (Good one!). But there is alternative to that. To say on 7. ...Nc6 8.Qa4(!) (Move selected in crr game) with 8. ...Bd7 9.Qb3 Na5 10.Bxf7+ Kf8 11.Qa3. Or, on 7. ...Ne7 8.g3 g4 9.Nh4 f3 10.Be3 0-0 11.Nd2 d5 12.Bb3 dxe 13.Nxe4 Nf5 14.NxNf5 BxNf5 15.Nd2 Re8 16.Nxf3!? as 16. ...RxBe3 17.Ne5 White got compensation e.g 17. ...BxNe5 18.RxBf5 Bg7 19.Rxf7 & 20.Qxg4. I'm not sure indeed that KG is "busted".
Oct-28-16
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  martin moller: That was a really cool game. I was spectator and saw how Hector was turning red while they were playing, and afterwards they analysed the game together, and every time Hector came up with an idear, Leko just said then i just would have done that i.e. he had anticipated all Hectors moves

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