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Sebastian Camacho vs Tainan Tomaz
PAN u12b (2005), Balneario Camboriu, rd 4
Caro-Kann Defense: Two Knights Attack (B10)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Apr-27-09
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  FSR: According to Soltis in "Why Lasker Matters," Camacho's 8.Qf3! (rather than the standard 8.Qh5, as in Lasker-Mueller, Zurich 1934 and practically every other game) is best, since White wins a pawn after 8...Ngf6 9.Qb3! (instead of Camacho's 9.Bc4?). If then 9...e6, 10.Qxb7 Nbd7 11.Nxc6 Qc8 12.Ba6! is crunchy. On 9...Qd5, 10.Qxb7! Qxe5+ 11.Be2 threatens both 12.Qxc8# and 12.Qxa8.
Apr-30-09  TainanTomaz: Hey Rhine. Yeah, I'm sure: 9.Qb3 . I was 11 years old when I played this game. I actually play 3. ... Bg4!?. Thanks for the comment!
May-04-09
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  FSR: Hi, TainanTomaz. Yes, I think 3...Bg4!? is best. You played a lot better than I did when I was 11.

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