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Dmitry Andreikin vs Kirill Stupak
World Junior Championship (2010), Chotowa POL, rd 11, Aug-14
Kangaroo Defense: General (E00)  ·  1-0



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  Bobsterman3000: 23...nf6 was a very stupak move, lol.
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  stoy: Black evidently missed 24...Kxf7, 25 Qb7+ winning black's queen.
Aug-15-10  Don Cossacks: The kangaroo defence.
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  whiteshark: Don't touch ♙d6, it's nasty.
Aug-16-10  ounos: 23. ...Qe7 would be even more fun: 24. Rc7 Rad8 25. Qb7

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At least 23. ...Nf6 required a bit more elaborate play by white.

Aug-19-10  Eisenheim: what if 24 ...kf8
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  DAbrahams: Something simple like Qh4 leaves both Black's queen and e8-rook hanging.
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  Sastre: I think 24...Kf8 25.Qe1 is better because after <25.Qh4 Rec8> White has a back rank problem.

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