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Kemper vs Hain
cr (1956) (correspondence)
Sicilian Defense: Bowdler Attack (B20)  ·  1-0

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Apr-29-03  Bears092: My 1300 strength eyes don't see the win here. What am I missing?
Apr-30-03
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  Sneaky: I certainly don't see the win, but it must have to do with 9...Kxf7 10.f5, where Black needs to be very careful.
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  lostemperor: I think black was afraid (I would) after 9..Kf7 10. f5 axb5? 11. Qh5+ Kg8 12. fxe6 Be8? 13. e7+ and resign too early. Crafty probably would have given the nice variation: 9. ... Kxf7 10. f5 Ke7 11. Qh5 axb5 12. d3 g6 13. Bg5+ Ke8 14. fxg6 Qxg5 15. Qxg5 bxc4 16. dxc4 and white has only the slight edge perhaps.
May-02-03  Cyphelium: lostemperor> I like your first variation, but in the second after 9.- Kxf7 10. f5 Ke7 I think 11. d4 is much stronger than 11. Qh5.
Sep-28-12  billyhan: One time, when I tried to resign, my opponent offered to switch sides for the remainder of the game. We did... and he won.
Jan-08-17  Nietzowitsch: Seek Hain, ze viktory iz neer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=41Q...

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