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Schneider vs Schmidts
Duesseldorf (1958), Duesseldorf GER
Sicilian Defense: Lasker-Dunne Attack (B20)  ·  0-1

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Jul-17-05  Giearth: 5.Nf4 should avoid this joke!! Hey, I'm the first kibitzer! :)
Aug-25-07  TheaN: This is so pathethic. I mean: strong square on d3, and in this position it even leads to mate: what was White doing, sleeping or something?
May-30-20
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  sea7kenp: I criticize 2 g3, because, if you want a King-Side Fianchetto, keeping the King Pawn at e2 is important, to protect the f3 position. As we can see in this Game, f3 turned into a Hole, which could have been an alternative outpost for the Black Knight.

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