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Frank Parr vs Reginald Joseph Broadbent
BCF-ch (1946), Nottingham ENG, rd 2, Aug-13
Queen Pawn Game: Stonewall Attack (D00)  ·  1-0

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Aug-07-07  outplayer: 10...Ne8 doesn't seem to be a great move for black. What about 10...Nxe5? I would like to hear from Rybka's domain.
And if 9.f5 from white can black play 9...gxf5 10.Bxf5 Ba6 11.Re1 e6 12.Bc2 Qc7?
Sep-16-16  patzer2: The move 10...Ne8 = (-0.17 @ 25 depth, Komodo 9.42) wasn't so bad. However, the computers slightly prefer 10...Qc7 = (-0.09 @ 24 depth, Stockfish 7).

Later, Black might have been better off playing 12... Qc8 as play might continue 13. h5 gxh5 14. g5 Ng4 15. Qh1 Nxe5 16. dxe5 c4 17. Bb1 d4 18. Qxh5 d3 = (0.00 @ 20 depth, Deep Fritz 15).

Black's decisive error according to the computers was 25...Bxe5?, allowing 26. fxe5 (#24, Deep Fritz 15) which opens the f-file and exposes the second player's King to a mating attack .

Instead, 25... N6c4 26. Ng6+ Kf7 27. Kh3 b5 28. g5 Rg8 29. bxc4 dxc4 30. Ne5+ (+1.31 @ 19 depth, Deep Fritz 15) gives Black a fighting chance.

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