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Claude Landenbergue vs Matthias Roeder
Bern (1993), rd 7
Trompowsky Attack: General (A45)  ·  1-0

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Feb-17-04
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  nasmichael: How about that? Two miniatures from the same guy! What do you think about Black's playing without the queen here?
Aug-18-07  syracrophy: This is the most painful game where I see the idea in the sicilian, of White taking advantage of the unprotected queen of a5 and the strong move ♘d5 that is simply crushing. <There are a lot of games with this move, but this is the most painful> Since on this game the direct threat is mate! In the others, this move leads to win decisive advantage - but not mate!
Nov-20-18
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  sea7kenp: What a Choice for Black? Surrendering his Queen, or being "Smothered to Death"? Ouch!

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