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Bill Wall vs Bell
North Carolina (1979)
Italian Game: Two Knights Defense. Fried Liver Attack (C57)  ·  1-0

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Jan-07-05  Flo: 5....Nxd5?? lost the game.
Jan-07-05  euripides: 8....Qf6 might hold.
Jan-07-05  cuendillar: No major fault with 5...Nxd5, white do get initiative from his sac but black may be able to hold out and win. However 7...Ke8? is very weak. Go with 7...Ke6 and take the fight!

Also, 3...Nf6 is better than 3...Nge7?!, although though it did transpose here black has better options after the former move. (5...b4, 5...Na5, 4...Bc5, 5...Nd4)

Jan-07-05  arifattar: I wonder why I am so sure Bell's first name is 'Will'?
Jan-07-05  delterp: 3)...Nge7 a patzer move.
Jan-09-05  aw1988: Bill Wall, apparently, did not hold his phone company in very high regard.
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