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John Fedorowicz vs Sidney H Brower
95th US Open (1994), Chicago, IL USA, rd 1, Aug-07
Queen's Gambit Declined: Baltic Defense (D02)  ·  1-0



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Oct-05-04  Rowson: black really castled into white attack.
Oct-05-04  themindset: pretty mate
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  fm avari viraf: This is one of those delightful standard combinations of two Bishops Mate.
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  FSR: A hilarious game!
Mar-04-13  RookFile: This browbeating is a good candidate for game of the day.
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  FSR: When Black forced the trade of queens on move 4, he probably thought, "He might grind me down in an endgame, but at least I'm not going to get mated in 15 moves." Wrong!
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  perfidious: <FSR> After this old-fashioned mugging, Black likely wished he had never heard of Mr Boden.
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  FSR: <perfidious> My guess is that he <hadn't> heard of Mr. Boden - unless the Fed told him after the game.
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  sea7kenp: Yup! 14 ... bxc6 (forced), 15 Ba6#
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