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Kateryna Lagno vs Mark Hebden
Hastings (2003/04), Hastings ENG, rd 6, Jan-02
Spanish Game: Closed Variations. Keres Defense (C92)  ·  1-0



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Jan-07-04  Phoenix: So much for Hebden's new 9...a5, just didn't get anything out of it.
Jan-07-04  PinkPanther: <So much for Hebden's new 9...a5, just didn't get anything out of it.>

Nope, he sure didn't. He was probably just trying to take his young opponent out of book and just outplay her from there, which obviously didn't work out like he planned.

Jan-07-04  refutor: it's not really "new"...bolobochan tried it 50 years ago Foltys vs Julio Bolbochan, 1949 and keres has played it successfully as well Unzicker vs Keres, 1955
Jan-08-04  AdrianP: ... not too mention

Chandler vs Hebden, 1989


S Smagin vs Hebden, 1990

Two losses and an 18-move draw... someone needs to work a bit harder on their pet variations and home preparation...?!

Jan-10-04  euripides: Perhaps Black overlooked 22 d4, after which 22...Bxd4 23 Qc4+ cannot be answered by 23...Bd5 without losing the bishop on d4.
Jan-11-04  Dick Brain: Also 23...Kg6 is smashed by the quiet 24 Rb1 which gives Black no time to bring his king to safety because of the threat 25 Rxb7 and 26 Qc6+. Some nice tatical and dangerous play by Black in the game, but refuted precisely. After 22 d4 Black must have soon realized that it was curtains.

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