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Daniel Naroditsky vs Christopher Heung
Wch U12 (2007), Limra Hotel - Kemer/Antalya, rd 2, Nov-19
Formation: King's Indian Attack (A07)  ·  1-0

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Apr-18-11  DanielBryant: While not particularly hard to find, 22.Nxe4 is still a beautiful move.
Apr-18-11
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  Gilmoy: <12..e4 13..d5> looked so good for Black -- too tempting? But it melts away, and all the trades just leave White solid.

Which suggests a deeper point, worthy of the <youngest published chess author in history> (click his book ad): perhaps <12.d4> deliberately invites a reversed French, which an 1800 can't resist? While a player who has looked deeper (at home, hunched over a laptop) "knows" that the fearsome pawn center reduces to an overextended isolan-e, with <15.Nb3> a reversed Slav Krause dogpiling on it.

White even has the time to grub a pawn. <20..Qe7> would have avoided the tactical blizzard, but a shell-shocked young man is already not in the mode (or mood) of looking far ahead.

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