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Eric Lawson vs Maroun Tomb
Quebec-ch U20 (2003), Montreal, rd 1, May-09
Modern Defense: Pseudo-Austrian Attack (B06)  ·  1-0

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Dec-04-10  sneaky pete: ♘b1-c3-a2-c1-d3-f4xg6xh8-g6-f4-e6xc5 d7-b6#. That's what I call a Tomb Raider.
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  FSR: The last few moves are amusing. I thought there must be a typo - why would Black hang his queen, and White not take it? Then it dawned on me. But surely 34...Qxh3, trying to scrounge a perpetual, was a better try?
Jun-03-14  sevenseaman: A move better than taking the Q?...It could only be a quick mate threat, which it is.

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