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Eric Schiller vs Jim Warren
USAT (1990), Cyberspace
Caro-Kann Defense: Classical Variation (B18)  ·  1-0

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Feb-13-06  Autoreparaturwerkbau: Omg, what a fiasco! :)
Feb-13-06
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  Eric Schiller: <autorepair>Just a typical Caro-Kann Opening trap. Warren is better known for organizing chess events than for competing in them.
Mar-19-06  DeepBlade: Nxe6 is programmed into the Caro-Kann, as the Rook sacrifice in the Dragon in a match between Bobby Fisher-Bent Larsen

This is what I hate about openings, I can play them till move 10 or something, but I come up 1 move short, as Horowitz said "One bad move nullifies forty good ones." Sometimes ''normal'' development moves are blunders too

another problem is "I can see the combinations as well as Alekhine, but I cannot get into the same positions."-Spielmann

Dec-10-08  YoungEd: I can see pretty easily that White will be up a couple of pawns, leaving Black with a shattered K-side, after 13. ...fxe6 14. Qxe6+ and 15. Qxd6. But I wonder if I'm not missing some even more powerful attack. Anyone see anything?
Apr-14-11
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  FSR: <YoungEd> No, that's it.

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