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Bent Larsen vs Rudolf Teschner
Wageningen Zonal (1957), Wageningen NED, rd 17, Nov-26
Slav Defense: Czech Variation. Bled Attack (D17)  ·  1/2-1/2

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May-26-06  samikd: Is this a line ???
May-26-06  zev22407: A great game ,crazy position ,should be analyzed with a strong chess engine.
May-26-06  zev22407: In all other games in this line white played e3
May-26-06  VargPOD: I don't understand this game at all. Why 10...Kxf7 instead of 10...Ke7 ? Why 13.Qxc8+ instead of 13.Bxb2 ? Or is it just Friday?
May-26-06  pawn to QB4: OK, I'll have a go before we try the computer. 10...Ke7 is met by 11.Qxd8+ Kxd8 12.exf6 with advantage, particularly because 12...cxb2 falls into 13.Bxb2 threat fxg7. 13.Bxb2 is met by 13...Nxa6 trapping the queen, e.g. 14.Qa5 Bb4+, and Black emerges a piece up.
May-26-06  VargPOD: Ok, I saw 10...Ke7 11.Qxd8+ Kxd8 12.exf6 gxf6 and it in my opinion doesn't look so bad for black, material is even.

13...Na6-14...Bb4+ -combo I didn't see, and I think that black must have seen that or he would'nt have played 10...Kxf7.

Thanks, <pawn>. Shouldn't kibitz on Fridays.

May-26-06  who: Fritz8 Blunder Check:

14.Qxb7? -1.81
14.Qxd7+ Nxd7 15.Bxb2 Bb4+ 16.Ke2 Nxe5 17.f4 Nc4 -0.66

36.Be3? -2.12
36.Bb6 Qb3 37.Rc1 Nd5 38.Qa7 Qf3 39.Bd4 Ra2 40.a6 Kg8 41.Qb8+ -1.28

38...Ke8? 0.00
38...Kf8 39.Qb8+ Ne8 40.Kg2 Qa6 41.Qf4+ Nf6 42.h3 Qb7+ 43.Qf3 Qxf3+ 44.Kxf3 Rc2 45.Rd3 Bc5 46.Bxc5+ Rxc5 -2.47

Sep-29-13  GrahamClayton: <pawn to QB4>13.♗xb2 is met by 13...♘xa6 trapping the queen, e.g. 14.♕a5 ♗b4+, and Black emerges a piece up.

<pawn to QB4>,
A better option for White is 13. ♗xb2 ♘a6 14. ♕xc8+ ♖xc8 15. exf6 ♗b4+ 16. ♔e2 gxf6, when Black is only a pawn up.

Jun-30-14  Resignation Trap: Photo of this game in progress: http://afbeeldingen.gahetna.nl/naa/...
May-16-18  Senk: https://de.chessbase.com/post/gesch...

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