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Eric Brandt vs Larry Kaufman
US Amateur Team East (2001), Parsippany USA, rd 2, Feb-17
Sicilian Defense: Smith-Morra Gambit. Accepted Classical Formation (B21)  ·  0-1

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Sep-28-03
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  patzer2: After black's 12. ..Ng4!?, white makes the mistake of playing what he thinks is a "typical" sicilian combination with 13. Nd5. Unfortunately for white, Kaufman has set a trap and refutes the "combination" and wins a piece with a neat counter attack. See moves 12 to 16 for this neat sequence.

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