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K Bender vs Bernhard Bierwisch
corr JUB 40 (FS (1988) (correspondence), rd 3
Italian Game: Two Knights Defense (C55)  ·  0-1

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Jul-29-04  checkpat: 10 Nf3 is a bit shy...
What about Nxf5? If Qf6 then
fxe5 and the lines are open ...
Jul-29-04  Keshishian: 10. Nxf5 looks like a very good option. (At least according to my analysis). If 10...gxf5 11. Qh5+ Ke7 12. Qf7+ Kd6 13. Rd1+ immediately gives back a piece with change (position wise, not material).

But I'm still undecided what to do after 10...Qf6. 11.fxe5 definitely looks reasonable, but I think black has a good chance to defend his position since he can capture e5 with his knight and solidify with d6. I think in the case of Qf6, retreating the knight is white's best option. I'd love to hear the input of others on the board.

Aug-06-04  checkpat: 10...Qf6 then 11fxe5 exposing the
Q is interesting
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