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Andrei Istratescu vs Ioannis Frosinos
Korinthos (2001), Korinthos GRE, rd 1, Jul-28
Scandinavian Defense: Marshall Variation (B01)  ·  1-0

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Jan-23-08  jovack: for someone rated over 2000, black should have realized the white dark bishop was coming to conquer the h4d8 diagonal as soon as h4 came. putting his queen on f6 was asking for trouble, and I guess he got his answer.
Dec-24-08  WhiteRook48: it's white that's rated over 2000, and what a queen trap! Wow!!

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