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Henricksen vs Bjarne Pedersen
Bronshoj (1937)
Budapest Defense: Adler Variation (A52)  ·  0-1



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Jan-30-04  Cerebrate2006: i guess its not hard...but kinda embarassing...i had the exact same game in a tournaemnt before....i now hate this opening...
Jan-30-04  Dick Brain: My shortest game ever was in my first rated tournament. I'm Black:

1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 Nf6 4. 0-0 Nxd4 5. d4 Nd6 6. Bxc6 bxc6 7. dxe5 Nf5 8. Bg5 Qxd1 9. Rxd1 h6?? 10. Rd8#

As far as I know this game was never played before or since.

Jan-30-04  MoonlitKnight: You must mean 6...dxc6.
Jan-31-04  Dick Brain: Yes 6...dxc6, sorry.
Apr-13-04  Vischer: <Cerebrate2006: i guess its not hard...but kinda embarassing...i had the exact same game in a tournaemnt before....i now hate this opening... > same. :(
Sep-23-04  Insightful: <Dick Brain> you must mean 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 Nf6 4. 0-0 Nxe4 5. d4 Nd6 6. Bxc6 bxc6 7. dxe5 Nf5 8. e6 dxe6 9. Bg5 Qxd1 10. Rxd1 h6 11. Rd8#
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  Benzol: <Richard Taylor> and I saw this trap pulled off last night at our local club. The victim is actually quite a strong player. Graham Burgess revealed without naming names that one of Britain's top players has also been a victim to this.
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  Richard Taylor: <Benzol> it is amazing that Jaques Lei seemed to know nothing about this smothered mate variant - he doesnt study the game? or did he just mean he wasn't booked up? but he can at least know the general ideas and some of the traps etc - he won't improve much if he doesn't - I've pulled it off against strong players in Blitz (bullet really) on WCN (I minute or 2 minue games) - but not in this opening here but in the Caro Kahn White

Andy has been studying this opening - he and Sue and her brother were very excited tobe going to the World Junior- she was almost over the moon on Tuesday night -picking her little brother up and so on! - great to see that -sad they are struggling financialy as a family so much (not so unusal with working class people in NZ- more so than some would admit: - BTW realised that Ewen Green is going also - is he going? I am pretty sure he's is as a kind of no Interclub for sure ... but I hope they all do well over there and enjoy the experience

Back to this opening it's Wild Bill Lynn's favourite - might be the ticket to crack through those dour 1. d4 players!!

Jul-13-05  mymt: <Richard> heres another one they might like to add to their "arsenal" G Iskov vs M Bartrine, 1974 - tell them good luck-
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  Benzol: <Richard> Yes, Ewen is going, he's acting in the role of coach/supervisor. I don't know if there will be any coverage anywhere of the event but it will be good experience for Sue and Andy. As for Jaques, I'm not sure whether he knows about this sort of trap or not. From what happened last Tuesday I'd say not.

<mymt> Thanks for the link. I'll pass it on to Jaques Lei next Tuesday.

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  Richard Taylor: <mymt> yes - thanks for that link I might try for that myself the English is hard to combat...
Mar-20-07  martevius: It's sad but I have to admit. I'm a victim of this. On a 15 min/game 4 round Swiss tournament.
Oct-26-07  xeroxmachine: Never plai Nbd2? fer white! plai Nc3!
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  GrahamClayton: This game was repeated in J Quesada-A Lopez, Barcelona 1978.
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  Check It Out: Okay, I just fell for this trap in a 10 minute game. A bit of a shocker since I felt I had just won a piece and most likely the game, and then...BOOM! Game over.

It appears I'm in good company.

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  sea7kenp: Another Poisoned Bishop.
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