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Ingo Klaiber vs Benjamin Fischer
WSJ-SJB (2000), GER, Oct-14
Italian Game: Italian Variation (C50)  ·  0-1

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Aug-23-11  Adrenalyn: 14.Ne2?
14.Ne4 instead was winning an exchange
Aug-23-11  Adrenalyn: It seems weird that two players of this rating (around 2000 I believe) would miss such a blunder. Could there have been a mistake in the transcription of the notation?
Aug-24-11  Poulsen: <Adrenalyn><It seems weird that two players of this rating (around 2000 I believe) would miss such a blunder> I doubt that any of these players was playing at masters strenght at the time of the game. Certainly not white.

Moves like 10.Bxf6, 11.exd5 and 12.Nb5 and 14.Ne2 are strong indications of that on the part of white.

So is 13.-,d4 on the part of black as you have indirectly pointed out, but black is clearly the better player - and I am sure, that he would have won anyway.

Any info about the timecontrol?

The fact that such games slips into the database shows IMO, that the chessgames.com policy on quality has been abandoned. Maybe this is discussed elsewhere.

Maybe I should upload some of my own crappy games played as rookie :-)

Aug-24-11
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  whiteshark: <Poulsen: <Adrenalyn><It seems weird that two players of this rating (around 2000 I believe) would miss such a blunder> I doubt that any of these players was playing at masters strenght at the time of the game. Certainly not white.>

WSJ-SJB stands for <Schachjugend Baden> (SJB) und der <Württembergischen Schachjugend> (WSJ)

<2000> is the year not the ELO! :D

In 2000 both players were under/around 10 y-o, if I'm not mistaken http://www.schachbund.de/dwz/db/spi... http://www.schachbund.de/dwz/db/spi...

Aug-24-11
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  whiteshark: ceegee - the database of lowered expectations? huh
Aug-24-11
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  whiteshark: <Ms. Swan> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GxL1...
Jul-28-16
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  whiteshark: <ceegee - the database of lowered expectations? huh> Hello again.

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