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Jens Beutel vs Ruslan Ponomariov
11th Ordix Open (2004) (rapid), Mainz GER, rd 1, Aug-07
Czech Defense: General (B07)  ·  0-1

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Aug-18-04  Whitehat1963: Why is this over? Where to from here?
Aug-18-04  hongisto24: Nd3 and two pawns fall....
Aug-18-04  Whitehat1963: The dreaded knight fork. Didn't see it.
Aug-18-04
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  Gregor Samsa Mendel: Isn't 27. Rd1 a blunder? It seems like just about any noncommital move (say, 27. Kc1) would have been better. Maybe White forgot that he'd already traded off his other rook, forcing the knight to recapture on d1.
Aug-18-04  ksadler: Can someone tell me a little more about this tournament? Especially how a 2100 rated player got to play Ponomariov? This must have just been a big open tourney...right? Nice to see Ponomariov unleash the Alekhine's Defense against someone 600 pts below him btw :)
Sep-09-04  Airlock: Whats the point of 4. a3?
Oct-07-04  refutor: i can't imagine there being any point to 4.a3. 4.a4 would make a little more sense, trying to slow down the queenside expansion ...b5 which black is threatening after ...c6
May-08-16
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  Beachy: <ksadler> The Ordix open was a Rapid tournament during the Chess Classic Mainz 2004 (GER). 11 rounds were to play in 2 days. There were 542 participants, with Ponomarov (Elo 2722) as Nr. 2 and Beutel (Elo 2066), and they was paired in round 1. However, according to the participants list it was JENS Beutel of Mainz and NOT Hubert Beutel of Passau.

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