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Felix Jose Ynojosa Aponte vs Philip J Makepeace
British Championship (2010), Canterbury ENG, rd 2, Jul-27
Caro-Kann Defense: Accelerated Panov Attack. Modern Variation (B10)  ·  0-1



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Jul-30-10  1. h4: Sometimes even masters forget about undefended pieces. 8...Qxc1+ must have came as quite a shock!
Jul-31-10  HSOL: I'm surprised a white player of this standard in this class of tournament is not aware of this known opening trap when using this "Anti-Caro Kann" variation. Qb3 being a blunder is even mentioned in works like BCO2 20 years ago.

Ynojosa put up decent resistance after the blunder though.

Aug-12-10  TommyC: <HSOL><Qb3 being a blunder is even mentioned in works like BCO2 20 years ago.> When Felix was minus 6.
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  ChessCoachClark: Example of Vukovic Mate at master level.
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  Domdaniel: 7.Qb3?? is a well-known blunder -- there are three examples in the CG database, and another is Nilsson-Pedersen, Copenhagen 1996.
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  perfidious: <Domdaniel: 7.Qb3?? is a well-known blunder....>

Or not--never saw this line till now. (laughs)

Only game I ever had as Black in this, I played 5....Nbd7 at Leominster 1978, so this was virgin territory for your humble poster.

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