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Thomas Luther vs Andrey Sumets
Cappelle op 22nd (2006), Cappelle-la-Grande FRA, rd 2, Feb-19
Uncommon King's Pawn Opening (B00)  ·  1-0

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Kibitzer's Corner
Feb-27-06  Mating Net: 1.e4 is a good move, but come on!
Feb-27-06  devilwolfdog: Looks like black is in Zugzwang to me.
Feb-28-06  Spohn: This was just played so there should be an explanation somewhere...
Sep-05-06  hidude: e4 is just too immensely strong
Sep-05-06  GeauxCool: LOL! What's going on here? This is a terrible entry, even got a "Boo" from MCO.
Sep-05-06  The Backward Pawn: Do I smell a puzzle of the day?

White to play and win.

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Sep-05-06  russep: Such an amazing game
May-23-07  Sleeping kitten: According to Breyer, Black is already better : «After 1.e4, White's game is in its throes». Another example of the ultimate chess blunder : resigning in a winning position!
Dec-18-08  WhiteRook48: I got a 6-Queens game while looking over what could have happened after 1 e4: 1. e4 e5 2. f4 exf4 3. Bc4 Qh4+ 4. Kf1 b5 5. Bxb5 Bc5 6 Qe2 Nf6 7 d3 g5 8 Nf3 Qh6 9 Bd2 Ba6 10 Bxa6 Nxa6 11 d4 d6 12 Qxa6 Bb6 13 Qb7 Kd7 14. Kg1 Rhg8 15. Nc3 Rab8 16 Qa6 Ne8 17 Kf2 c6 18 Ke2 Nc7 19 Qa3 Rgd8 20 Kd1 Ke6 21 Kc1 Ke7 22 b3 Kf8 23 Kb2 Kg8 24 Rae1 Kh8 25 Re2 Rd7 26 Ra1 Rdd8 27 Rae1 Re8 28 e5 dxe5 29 dxe5 Bg1 30. e6 fxe6 31 Nxg1 Qxh2 33 Nf3 Qg3 34 Ng1 Kh8 35 Bxc7 Rxc7 36 Rxe6 Rxe6 37 Rxe6 Qxg2 38. Ne1 Qf1 39. Nf3 Qxf3 40. Nd2 Qf2 41. Re8+ Kf7 42. Ra8 Qe2 43 Rxa7 Rxa7 44 Qxa7+ Kg6 45. Ka3 Qxd2 46. Qb6 Qd6+ 47. b4 c5 48. bxc5 Qxb6 49. cxb6 f3 50. b7 f2 51. b8Q f1Q 52. c4 g4 53. c5 g3 54. c6 g2 55. c7 g1Q 56 c8Q h5 57. Kb3 h4 58. a4 h3 59. a5 h2 60. a6 h1Q 61. a7 Qgf2 62. a8Q
Mar-03-10  antharis: Another example that Fischer's quote "best by test" for the move 1. e4 is simply true...

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