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Julian Sapienza vs Jorge Szmetan
LXXVII ch-ARG (2003), Tres de Febrero ARG, rd 2, Sep-04
Alekhine Defense: Two Pawn Attack (B02)  ·  0-1

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Jul-31-07
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  tpstar: Black deserves full credit for bravely castling into the open h file, knowing that White couldn't exploit it for attack. 24 ... c4! is a very nice Interference tactic eventually winning material with 27 ... Be6 as the f file proved fatal.

This game might be a good example of too many Pawn moves in the opening. =)

Apr-15-10
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  GrahamClayton: <tpstar>This game might be a good example of too many Pawn moves in the opening. =)

<tpstar>,
Frank Marshall managed to play twice as many pawn moves as Sapienza, and win:

Marshall vs H Rogosin, 1940

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