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P Belmondo vs Gerard Gilardi
Val Maubuee op (1989)
Nimzowitsch Defense: Scandinavian. Exchange Variation (B00)  ·  1-0



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Jul-28-04  Autoreparaturwerkbau: Hahaha 7...Qxd4 is funniest move i've ever seen :)))
Sep-14-05  prinsallan: <Autoreparaturwerkbau>I couldnīt agree more, it just "loverly" as Homer Simpson would put it ^^
Sep-14-05  prinsallan: Many thanks to <Vischer> who brought all these nice opening traps my way. I salute you m8!
Nov-17-05  DeepBlade: 7.Bxc6+ Kd8
(Giving check and leaving the Black Queen defenceless)

8.Qxd4+ Kc8
(White taking the defenceless Queen)

9.Qd7+ Kb8
(White forces the King to b8)

(leading to mate)

Back rank mate in the opening, kinda interesting.

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  Mating Net: I get this exact game in blitz every now and then. That pawn must look awfully tempting for those not fully acquainted zwichenzug.
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  perfidious: Dang, Ah jest better play that there e4 move more often, iffen Ah kin git some games like this un!!
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  tamar: Suicide, Scandinavian style.
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  perfidious: <tamar> Could have told me it was seppuku and I would have believed you.
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  sea7kenp: How frequent is it, that a Player makes his Move, taps the Clock, but then, while his Opponent is still thinking, stops the Clock and Resigns?
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