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Jonny Hector vs Jon Gardar Vidarsson
Reykjavik Open (1996), Reykjavik (Iceland), rd 5
Sicilian Defense: Kan. Knight Variation (B43)  ·  1-0

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Nov-01-04
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  keypusher: Ooooooops! as I say when something like this happens to me.
Mar-18-06  McCool: 4. ..a6?? That was a blunderful move.
Aug-14-06  Kwesi: 4...a6 was still theory, but the time wasting kingside fianchetto was probably a bad idea.
Dec-11-06  mrjoshherman: it seems that ... Ne7 is a dangerous move in the sicilian.
Sep-04-08
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  TheTamale: I just don't get ...a6 in the Sicilian. 1) ...c5 isn't really a developing move to begin with; I never understood throwing in ...a6 soon thereafter.
Feb-08-12  soberknight: You just don't expect to lose your queen this quickly.
Oct-31-13
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  whiteshark: At this point it must be said that <8...Nbc6> shortens Black's misery considerably.
Oct-31-13
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  perfidious: <Kwesi: .....the time wasting kingside fianchetto was probably a bad idea.>

After the commonly played 5.Bd3, 5....g6 is actually a playable alternative to, inter alia, 5....Bc5; but I am not so sure about Black's fifth move in this game.

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