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Wisuwat Teerapabpaisit vs Banjuab Jiravorasuk
1st Asean Open (2001), Bandar Seri Begawan BRU, rd 7, Jul-02
Philidor Defense: Exchange Variation (C41)  ·  0-1

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May-16-11
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  technical draw: I wonder what's funnier, this "game" or their names?
Dec-10-11
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  whiteshark: <Technical Disability>

Good question, no @#$%!

Jul-30-12  JCRchess: Honestly, can anyone explain this game??
Jul-30-12
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  perfidious: If we look at Black's games in this DB, he favours the Sicilian Najdorf; in my opinion, this was an English Attack with the transcription error 1....e5 instead of ....c5, followed by 6....e6, not 6....c6, which is a nonsensical move in this position.

What happened after move 7? Who knows?

Jul-30-12
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  FSR: <perfidious> Probably right. My guess is that Black played 7...Nc6 and the program, believing that move impossible, dumped the rest of the moves.
Jul-30-12
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  FSR: <perfidious: If we look at Black's games in this DB, he favours the Sicilian Najdorf; in my opinion, this was an English Attack with the transcription error 1....e5 instead of ....c5, followed by 6....e6, not 6....c6, which is a nonsensical move in this position.>

Your surmise is very likely correct. In eight games against 1.e4, Jiravorasuk played the Sicilian every time except for this game. http://www.chessgames.com/perl/ches... When his opponent played 2.Nf3 against his Sicilian (as occurred six out of seven times), he always played 2...d6. When White played 3.d4 (four times), he always responded 3...cxd4 4.Nxd4 Nf6. After 5.Nc3, he played 5...a6 (Najdorf) twice, 5...g6 (Dragon) once, and 5...e6 (Scheveningen) once.

<What happened after move 7? Who knows?>

I do. He played 7...Nc6, the software used by CG.com determined that that move was illegal, and it dumped the rest of the moves. Cf. Jin Hai Jonathan Chuah vs B Jiravorasuk, 2001, where Jiravorasuk played 5...a6, 6...e6, and 7...Nc6 - just as he presumably did in this game.

Jul-30-12
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  perfidious: <FSR> Ah, I see-I never knew there was a mechanism for overcoming that.

PS In another thread, we were discussing Sicilians; the regular Dragon is also something I never played in a serious game with either colour. The Accelerated, once by transposition in CC after my opponent (Vladimir Nikolaevich Kokorin) opened 1.Nc3, as he was wont to do, and a lot of Maroczy Binds by transposition after opening 1.c4 as White.

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