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Richard John Sutton vs Maciej Wojnar
Queenstown Classic (2006), Queenstown NZL, rd 8, Jan-22
Latvian Gambit: Accepted. Bilguer Variation (C40)  ·  0-1

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Mar-10-06  Autoreparaturwerkbau: Were 38.a4 and 39.a5 really the best possible moves?? Anyhow - impressive stuff from underrated Pole.
Aug-28-08  neowhitepig: I don't know why 15. g4 would be 'very bad move' can anybody help me on that?
Aug-28-08  DoctorD: It creates a huge gash in the white king-side, relies on a cheap trap, the pawn goes goodbye later.
Aug-28-08  neowhitepig: <DoctorD> Muchas gracias! :)lol I really need to learn more on chess..whoa

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