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Jose Antonio Diaz Rodriguez vs Manuel Maximiano Burgos
Cordoba op (1994), Cordoba ESP, rd 1
Uncommon King's Pawn Opening (B00)  ·  1-0

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Aug-12-04  TheGreatNN: 3. f4 seems even better. If black takes the pawn, white plays d4 and black cannot defend the pawn gained because after 4. ..g5?? white can force checkmate by a number of variations beginning with Qh5+ (5.Qh5+ .. Ke7 6. Qf7+ .. Kd6 7.e5+! etc.). And of course if black doesn't take the pawn then he ends up playing KGD, bad enough under normal cicumstances, with the added problems of being behind a tempo and having the KKt blocked in.

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