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Zenon Franco Ocampos vs Nicolas Cobo Prados
Malaga op 4th (2001), Malaga ESP, rd 2, Feb-24
Dutch Defense: Classical. Stonewall Variation (A95)  ·  1-0

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Jun-26-02  bishop: Black's kingside demonatration is easily repulsed in this game. The usually dangerous move ...f4 was met with the line closing g4.
Nov-25-03  The Shark: I agree,White employed the most agressive line ( Dutch Indian ) The Stonewall is very dynamic to other lines like 1 Nf3 1 c4 1 f4 1 d4....but with the g3 line Black can go for the Dutch Leningrad Defence. Force meet with force.
Oct-23-09  mertangili: why did black exchange pawns on move 29? it seems that there is nothing decisive for white after 29...h4 as 30. Bg6 and 31. Bxf7+ wins an exchage but certainly black is still alive.
Oct-23-09  Manic: <mertangili> I guess the problem is after 29...h4 and black drops the exchange as you state, he/she has almost no plan at all. The kingside is completely locked not enabling black to get any counterplay while white has all the space and play on the queenside.

Clearly black did not see the point in letting white grind him/her down so took the fast way out.

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