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Juergen Dueball vs Raymond Cassidy
Nice Olympiad qual-5 (1974), Nice FRA, rd 6, Jun-12
Uncommon King's Pawn Opening (B00)  ·  1-0

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Dec-29-18
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  fredthebear: The b-pawn is a bit unique in this game (more so than typical). Some quick thoughts:

The common bishop trap 17...b6? fails here to 18.Bxb6 and the bishop is immune, else the White knight forks royalty.

21.a6 could have been played with good effect, but 21.b6 as actually played is also strong.

If instead 24...Nxb6? 25.RxNa6 and the Black b-pawn finds itself overworked. To avoid a royal fork, the White rook would be allowed to go free having eliminated a Black knight at no cost.

28...Kxb6 can be debated as to it's usefulness, although it is a passed pawn. A dozen moves later, the Black monarch abdicates on b6.

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