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Daniel Noteboom vs Sydney Gerard Howell-Smith
BCF-ch Major Open (1929), Ramsgate ENG, rd 2, Jul-30
Queen's Gambit Declined: Orthodox Defense. Main Line (D63)  ·  1-0



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Mar-06-11  lost in space: Nice win by Noteboom. Main mistake of black: He not event tried to develop his white squared bishop (and not his quennside-rook)

The first bigger inaccuracy was 15...cxd4 in this position

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Better was 15...b5 16. c4 Bb7 17. Qc2 g6 18. Qe2 Qb6 with slight advantage white

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Black had a chance also at move 17 to avoid an immediate loss:

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After 17...f6 18. Ng6 Bd6 19. Qh5 Bxg3 20. hxg3 Bd7 White is better but black can fight.

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The last mistake was 23...f5.

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After 24. gxf6 White can not play 24...Qxf6 due to 25. Qxe8

And after 24...gxf6 25. Kh1 Kf8 26. Rg1

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the white advantage is overwhelming.

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