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Marek Vokac vs Robert Cvek
KB Czech Open (2000), Pardubice CZE, rd 9, Jul-29
Torre Attack: Classical Defense (A46)  ·  0-1



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Jan-26-04  Catfriend: Very instructive. Pity I can say right now no words of wisdom...
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  Honza Cervenka: Too bold King...:-)
Jan-26-04  Orcinus: White may of been OK if 40 Nh8 instead of Nf8+. Though grabbing the pawn 39 Kxh6 looks too bold. Better maybe is 39 Nxd5. (...exd5, Re7+). I think white had the right idea though these are the words of one who admires a bold king.
Jan-26-04  ThunderThumbs: How is this game instructive Catfriend?
Jan-27-04  Catfriend: <TT> I can sell a product: "Elementary kit for your king's safety!"
May-19-06  syracrophy: All I can say is:

Was white king an active king!?...or a suicidal king!?

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