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David Walker vs Anthony Wright
"These Boots Are Made For Walker" (game of the day Nov-14-2004)
Great Britain (1967)
Italian Game: Two Knights Defense. Fritz Variation (C57)  ·  1-0



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Nov-14-04  Calculoso: 27. ... Rxc7 28. Rd8+ and its over (for those of you who thought like I first did - Rxc7 Rxc7 then trying to advance the pawn).
Nov-14-04  poktirity: Great game, bad pun.
Nov-14-04  Knight13: Good game. Black is busted. He was winning but he lost.
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  kevin86: We have two attackers and no defenders-white may have been slower,but his attack was best.
Nov-14-04  Knight13: Yep. Two attackers, no defenders.
Nov-14-04  ricardolopez: I did'nt know the line with 5...,Nd4. Could it be better the ancient line 5..., b5, in wich ,according to next W move, Nd4 could be played ?
Nov-14-04  Saruman: <ricardolopez> 5.-b5 is the Ulvestad variation which leads to complications. 5.-Na5 is another strong move, though I have never seen 5.-Nd4 it seems playable.

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