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Heinz Ullrich vs NN
Berlin (1952)
Sicilian Defense: Alapin Variation. General (B22)  ·  1-0

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Feb-19-05  MUG: Wait a minute ... ... the queens trapped!! I get it now!

How embarrasing - even NN spotted that before me!

Nov-06-05  DeepBlade: Lol.

Whatever Black plays the Queen is locked, althou it can kamikaze on something.

9.Ra1 Traps the Queen, and forces it to take or to leave

Feb-05-07  charms: I don't think that this is a good game to point out White's strategy in the Sicilian Alapin... :) (though it's listed as a reference game for the opening.)
May-20-14  Wirend: NN games obviously meant for the absolute beginner. So, why not?
May-20-14
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  perfidious: <charms: I don't think that this is a good game to point out White's strategy in the Sicilian Alapin.....>

This game is hardly a how-to guide for Black either.

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