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Jan Timman vs Hans Bouwmeester
Vleuten training (1967), Vleuten NED
Queen Pawn Game: Torre Attack (D03)  ·  1-0

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Oct-23-03  Lawrence: How easy it is to lose your Queen.
Jun-28-04  gmann: I might be missing something, but doesn't 9...Qb4+ 10 Nfd2 e6 save the Queen? The resulting position is pretty awful for Black, but is there any other reason why this sequence wouldn't work?
Jun-28-04  acirce: <gmann> 10.Bd2
Jun-28-04  gmann: <acirce> eesh! talk about being blind to one half of the board :(

Hats off to Timman for this netting!

Apr-04-06  schnarre: A good example of "greed doesn't pay"!
Aug-04-13  GumboGambit: This game puts the Poison in Poisoned Pawn
Apr-03-20
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  sea7kenp: Indeed, <GumboGambit>. That Pawn was laced with Cyanide!

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