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Peter K Wells vs Ildar Ibragimov
Fraenkische GM 1st (2000), Pulvermuehle, rd 4, Jan-12
Scotch Game: Classical Variation (C45)  ·  0-1

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Dec-26-09  Morphystyle: In Rowson's 7 deadly chess sins, this game is from perfectionism. In short, White tries hard to punish black and in doing so, spends lots of time and gets stuck in punishment mode looking almost solely at mating combos. Move 15, is the turning point where white loses the thread. "Better is f3! The ending after dxe4 16. Bxe4 Qxd2 17. Qxd2 shows white's advantage in their pure form. But even if black fails to cooperate on move 15, white has plenty of ideas,including Qc3, Qa5, Bc5and also g5"
Dec-26-09  Jim Bartle: Leaving a rook unprotected, and with check, looks like a pretty deadly sin as well.

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