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Jonny Hector vs Julian Michael Hodgson
Seville op (1987), Seville ESP
Caro-Kann Defense: Forgacs Variation (B15)  ·  0-1



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  sea7kenp: I Love these Pawn Mates!
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  fredthebear: These two aggressive players, now in their mid-50's, should have matched up more than twice?!
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  areknames: Uncharacteristically poor game by Hector. After a tame opening he should have simplified with 13.Bxc7 followed by Qc2 with a likely draw. Instead with 13.Qg4+? he diverts his Queen from the defence of her spouse and all of a sudden Black is attacking on all fronts after 14...Rd5! The final mate is funny but White was already completely lost: 22.Nc1 Qa4 23.bxc5 f4 is hopeless.
Dec-25-19  cunctatorg: For some curious reason, capable and worthy GM Jonny Hector was asking for that!... lol...
Dec-25-19  lentil: 22. bc Nxc5 is also mate.
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  fredthebear: The database is well short of Jonny Hector games. For example, he tied for first with 7 points in the Cappelle-la-Grande Open in 1987 (annual tournament in France with over 100 players participating each year), but those games are not listed.

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