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Murray Chandler vs Mark Hebden
Gibraltar Masters (2004), Catalan Bay ENG, rd 8, Feb-03
Spanish Game: Marshall Attack. Modern Variation (C89)  ·  1-0

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Jun-05-04  chessman6555: White's knight has been manoevered excellently.
Sep-23-04  refutor: lol almost another "tomb game" :)
Apr-18-05  zb2cr: What happens if 32 ... Qxa2? If then 33 Qe8, Qa3 and the resource that actually won the game--penetration on the dark squares--isn't available. Plus, Black has a pair of united passed Pawns.
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Mar-28-11  sevenseaman: Chandler looks to be a damn good handler. He corners Hebden into an irrefutable 'cul-de-sac'.
Mar-28-11  sevenseaman: Its a pressure cooker from move 15. Rxe8+ onwards. I could smell, well before the Q rook actually perished (in the process gaining a tempo for 'Handler') that White was not too bothered about saving this 'tied up goat bait'.

I do not see any escape for White. Just wondering if Hebden was already too late to do anything better! In view of the impending disaster 36...Qxa2 is infantile.

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