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Vladimir Kovalenko vs Beimanov
Minsk (1990)
Budapest Defense: General (A52)  ·  0-1

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Mar-12-05  erasmus: Although white cleverly rejected the pawn grab 6.Qxg7 (see A Takacs vs J Krejcik, 1920) he still managed to lose his queen by putting it back at d1. The continuation would be 9.Kxf2 Bg3+ 10.Kxg3 Qxd1
Nov-18-06  Tenderfoot: A cool combination there. Whether or not he saved his queen, White's still would have been pretty behind in development.
Mar-11-09
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  FSR: 7.Bg5! is correct, when Black has sufficient compensation for the pawn, but no more, after 7...Qe8; 7...f6 8.Bf4! (with the idea of 8...Nc6 9.Qd5+); or 7...Nc6!?

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