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Vladimir Budde vs Bernd Roeschlau
75th German Championship (2004), Hoeckendorf GER, rd 8, Feb-06
Sicilian Defense: Najdorf Variation (B90)  ·  1-0

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Feb-15-04  Catfriend: White's unusual opening leads to the classic position.

9..♘fd7 leaves my opening book, which shows 9..d:e5.

isn't 15..♔d7? worse than ♔f8?

And SURELY {18..♔b8 though painful still is better than 18..♗d7? !

In the final situation black can do nothing to prevent promotion.

Feb-15-04
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  kevin86: Black's king flees the kingside with two problems: white advances a pawn to queen there---and black's king isn't even safe on the queenside.
Feb-18-04
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  beenthere240: 12....e5 appears to have been a bad idea, especially with a lag in development.

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