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Heinz Nowotny vs Judit Polgar
Brocco op 8th (1987), San Bernardino SUI, rd 1, Sep-??
Formation: Queen Pawn Game: London System (D02)  ·  0-1

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Apr-23-02
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  Sneaky: White missed 19. ...Bxd4
Nov-24-02  ChessPraxis: It's one of those cases where it seems that the point behind 18. ... Bxf6 was simply to capture the piece. Of course, that was the main point, but a threat was introduced as well. That's why after my opponent has moved I prefer to ask not "What is my opponent intending?" but "What has changed?" Here, I'd ask myself, "What can the Bishop do now?" as well as "What squares/pieces are no longer protected by the Bishop?"
Aug-15-05  admeyer: 19 ...Bxd4! is a tough move to see. True, Black had doubled rooks and a slight edge, but it does not look like it will be quite enough for a win; so, trading away pieces is not such a bad idea for white who should not feel too bad about the loss.

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