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Anatoly Alekseevich Chepurnov vs Peter Evtifeev
All Russian Amateur (1909), St Petersburg RUE, rd 19, Mar-12
Bishop's Opening: Ponziani Gambit (C24)  ·  0-1

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Apr-02-08
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  al wazir: Why not 5...Nxg3 ? If 6. fxg3, then 6...Qe4+. If 6. Bxf7+, then 6...Kd8, winning the exchange (not 6...Kxf7 7. Qd5+ Ke8 8. hxg3).
Apr-02-08  Karpova: <al wazir: Why not 5...Nxg3 ? If 6. fxg3, then 6...Qe4+. If 6. Bxf7+, then 6...Kd8, winning the exchange (not 6...Kxf7 7. Qd5+ Ke8 8. hxg3).>

What about 5...Nxg3 6.Bxf7+ Kd8 7.Bg5+ [see diagram]


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e.g. 7...Qxg5 8.hxg3 Qxe5+ 9.Qe2 and Black does have to trade Queens (9...Qxb2?? 10.Qe8#)

It would probably be hard for White to hold the game though.

Apr-02-08
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  al wazir: <Karpova>: I don't disagree.

Black eventually won, so maybe 5...Qe7 was OK. But I find it awfully hard to believe that black had any advantage in the game as played after say, 9. Qxd5:


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Apr-30-09  lentil: I've never seen B fianchetto his fB on g2!
Oct-02-09  WhiteRook48: 5...Nxg3 seems to work
I think 15 0-0-0 was stupid, 15 c3 bails the Q out

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