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Marc Dogge vs Jorie Versmissen
"Slumdogge Millionaire" (game of the day Feb-04-2011)
HZ Open (2001), Vlissingen NED, rd 3, Jul-29
Scandinavian Defense: Main Lines. Mieses Variation (B01)  ·  1-0

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Feb-04-11  ounos: 42. Nf5! What a move. White's opening was strong, but after o-o-o... it gets complicated. Nf5 is especially beautiful because it solves hard problems for white. There was virtually no other way of going forward; 42. Nb3 perhaps, trying for Bd4/Bc5+
Feb-04-11
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  FSR: Won in true Dogge style.
Feb-04-11
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  al wazir: 18. Ne4 a5 (18...Rc8 19. Nd2 Rxc4 20. Qxc4 Qb2 21. Qc8#) 19. Ba3 b5 20. Bb3 (20. Bxb5? Qxa2) a4 21. Bb2 axb3 22. Bxa1 Rxa2 23. Bb2 Bc2 24. Nd2 Rxb2 25. Nxb3 1:0.
Feb-04-11  tuthmes: 42...g:f5 43.g:f5 Rb5 is draw
Feb-04-11  ZZpatzer: <tuthmes> After 43. ...Rb5, Shredder has a slight plus to W (+0.88, 16 ply) and those connected W passers look formidable.
Feb-04-11
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  kevin86: A fine win for white. Black wasted a lot of time with the queen,before he exchanged it.
Feb-04-11  WhiteRook48: 42 ...gxf5 may be better
Feb-04-11  psmith: I do not believe that 42...gxf5 draws. Analysis would be needed to support this, not bare assertion.
Feb-04-11  tuthmes: 42...g:f5 43.g:f5 Rb5
44.f6+ Kf8 45.Be5 b3 46.Bd6+ Kg8
46.f7+ Kg7 47.Be5+ and I believe that is draw
Feb-04-11  Lil Swine: too bad such a good pun is ruined on a game with scarce views.
Feb-05-11  David2009: Very enterprising play by both sides. After 14 Bc3


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...Bb4! is an amazing shot.

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