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Milosh Ristic vs Mahesh Umapathysivam
AUS-ch U12 (2000), Churchill, rd 5, Jan-11
Englund Gambit Complex: Englund Gambit (A40)  ·  0-1

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Jul-05-15
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  fredthebear: Instead of 5.Nc3 the original trap retreats the loose Bishop w/5.Bd2 and the Black queen snatches the b-pawn before pinning the White bishop with 6...Bc4.

This modern version is refreshing. Pretty good for U12 competition! It looks like 7.NxBb4 is a blunder. Better for White is 7.Bd2 or even c3.

Jul-05-15
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  offramp: I'm unsympathetic for Umapathysivam.

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