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NN vs Philip Stamma
Composition (1737) (probably analysis), ?
Italian Game: Giuoco Pianissimo (C50)  ·  0-1



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Apr-10-08  Karpova: After 6...Kf8 [see diagram]

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In case of 7.Qf3 Qxf3 8.gxf3 h6 [see diagram]

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The white knight has no good square

Apr-12-09  th3jamez: after Qf6 white shouldnt take f7, 6.o-o! is much stronger, f7 is still en-prix and the queen will be badly placed on f6 white can play Nc3 followed by Nd5
Sep-10-17  Christoforus Polacco: <Karpova> Probably the best square for the horse is 9.Ne6+ K:f7 10.N:c7 Rb8 11.N7d5 and White has two pawns per piece. Not good enough compensation but white horse on 'd5' square is not too bad, isn't it ;) Or even second horse : 11.Nc3 Nf6 12.N3d5. And Black has white's cavalry trip among their troups :)

<th3jamez> Qf6 can be good placed IMO. For example : 6.O-O! h6 7.Nf3 (7.N:f7 is very risky for White) Bg4 8.Nc3 N6e7! with next 9....c6. Or another way : 6.O-O! Nh6 7.Nc3 Ne7 8.Nf3 Bg4 9.Bg5 Qg6 10.B:e7 K:e7 11.Nd5+ Kd7 with unclear situation. If 8.Nb5 ? Bb6 with 9...c6

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