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Daniel Pergericht vs Jean-Pierre Boudre
Val Thorens (1988), Val Thorens FRA
English Opening: English Defense. General (A10)  ·  0-1

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May-14-09  WhiteRook48: 13 Qe2 Qf2# is a nice finish
Dec-27-11  Uvulu: would 12.g3 have worked?
Dec-27-11  King Death: <Uvulu> 12.g3 looks like White's best defense but after 12...Bd4 13.gh Nd7, Black has two strong bishops and a lot of development for a pawn. White will have a hard time getting developed. This looks like more than enough compensation.
Jan-03-12  Uvulu: <King Death> You must mean 13...Bc6 (13...Nxd7 14.fxe4), but I think your point holds true.
Jan-03-12  master of defence: Why not 7. exd7+?
Jan-03-12  Shams: <master of defence> After 7.exd7+ Nxd7:


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Black is about to attack with literally everything (...Qh4+ is coming), while White is back at the starting line. So, taking the pawn is about unheard of at master level: http://www.365chess.com/opening.php... or Opening Explorer

Apr-02-16
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  fearlessone: Blacks 11th move deserve an exclam. if Nxd7 Qxe4+ Qxe4 or Kd8 Bg5+ Qxg5 Qxe4 or Kf8 d8Q+ Qxd8 Qxd8 kf7 qxh8 or Ke7 Qxe4+ Qxe4 fe4. Kf7 is nice to not let white get any swindles

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