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John M Emms vs Jesus Maria Calvo Sanchez
Benidorm op (1991), rd 8
Pirc Defense: Classical Variation. Two Knights System (B08)  ·  0-1

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Jan-17-12  maxx4.68: Qg4 incredible blinder
,but first mistake was 10 e5
Jan-17-12  solskytz: what's wrong with 10. e5? Instead of Qg4 white had Nxg6 and he's not inferior.
Oct-09-12  The Last Straw: <solskytz> I do not believe there is anything too bad about 10.e5.
Oct-09-12  The Last Straw: Position after 13...♕d6:


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GM John Emms played a horrible mistake (14.♕xg4?) and lost to 14...♗xg4 15.♘xg4 ♕b4!. The next few moves were pretty much forced: 16.♘e3 ♕xb2 17.♔d2. Position after 17.♔d2:


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White is two pawns down and his position has collapsed.

Oct-09-12  The Last Straw: Instead white is fine after 14.♘xg6 hxg6 15.♕xd6 exd6 16.h3 ♘e5 17.0-0-0 ♘xd3 18.♖xd3 ♖d8 19.♖hd1 e5 20.♘e2 ♗e6 21.♘d4 ♖d6 22.♘xe6 ♖xe6 23.♖e3 .


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