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Jacob Sylvan vs Alexander R Flaata
Copenhagen op 16th (1994), Copenhagen DEN, rd 7, Jun-??
Modern Defense: Standard Defense (B06)  ·  1-0

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Apr-29-08  sambo: It's pretty incredible that there is a forced mate after move seven. The position doesn't look that threatening for black.
Feb-09-09  TCS: Not quite a force mate after move seven. because 8...Kf8 still offers a few chances for white to go wrong even after 9.e6
Jul-21-17
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  whiteshark: Someone was flaatagusted here.

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