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J Nigel Metge vs Martin Paul Dreyer
18th Waitakere Trust Open (1995), Auckland NZL, rd 1, Jul-01
Budapest Defense: Fajarowicz - Steiner Variation (A51)  ·  0-1

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Jan-27-19  sfm: What an opening disaster. Black gains a huge lead in development as white constantly is forced to move the same pieces again, while black develops with threats. 13.g3? had a brilliant answer, -,Nxg3! due to 14.hxN,Bxf3 15.gxB,Qd2# White took the fast death with 20.Rxg7, but nothing works, as black threatened -,RxR+ and -,Qb1+ Statistics strongly indicates that 4.Qc2 is not the way to answer 3.-,Ne4 in the Budapest gambit.

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