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Mikel Huerga Leache vs Peter Husted
European Club Cup (2010), Plovdiv BUL, rd 1, Oct-17
Scandinavian Defense: Main Lines (B01)  ·  1-0

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Oct-18-10
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  ketchuplover: Qxb5 and hang on tight!
Oct-18-10
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  tamar: Qd8 and trust to fate!
Oct-18-10  Jim Bartle: "Qd8 and trust to fate!"
That white won't see Nd6 mate!
Oct-18-10  Sularus: GOTD: Busted
Oct-18-10  Sularus: GOTD: Hustled
Oct-19-10  Dr. Funkenstein: At least he has plenty of time to prepare for his next round game...
Oct-19-10
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  whiteshark: A bad day for B01, <Scandinavian Defense: Main Lines>. His team mate lost too: H Hamdouchi vs M Boe, 2010

Take a deep breath and get to it!

Oct-20-10  turbo231: I could be wrong but I don't think that Peter Husted and Mikel Huerga Leache really wanted to play. One was scared and the other was glad of it.
Nov-01-10  cjgone: Wow, this deserves a game of the day. Really beast move in the opening.. Wow... nothing can be done to prevent a piece drop..
Apr-17-11
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  GrahamClayton: Husted is busted!
Apr-17-11  I play the Fred: Como esta Husted?
Dec-22-12  waustad: Muy malo seņor Fred.
Jul-04-13  estrick: The same moves were played in this game, but Black continued playing for 13 more moves after giving up his queen for two pieces

A Dounis vs A Gogolis, 2006

Jul-05-13  estrick: An identical game also occurred in 1996

A Benschop vs E Gruenenwald, 1996

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