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Alfred Kuebler vs Dimitar Gerasimov
EU-ch GT230 corr (1984) (correspondence), ICCF
Indian Game: Gedult Attack. Gedult Attack (A45)  ·  0-1

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Jul-02-05
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  OhioChessFan: I guess the opening makes up in creativity what it lacks in logic. White's 8th move makes no sense. Why not just Bxe5?
Jan-01-06  KODIAK: Yes I suppose 8.Bxe5 was preferable to the weak and yes, nonsense move of Qd2. But even then white has the worst of it I think. To much "creativity" at the exspense of any logic.
Apr-25-07  razarahman: This is really flawed game by the White... I think even 13. Bd3 is useless.. when 13. fxg3 was simply giving material advantage..
Oct-27-07  Aspirador: 13.fxg4?? Ne4+
Dec-04-11  BlackSheep: I think the lesson for us here is never play this opening for white .
Jul-26-15  Albion 1959: Mickey Mouse opening !!
Feb-02-16  psmith: Looking at the opening of the day, I immediately thought, why not 3... e5!? And lo and behold, Stockfish seems to agree with me.
Feb-02-16  schnarre: ...An unforgiving opening, not well handled by White...defeat seems inevitable.

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