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Andrej Vospernik vs Dmitry V Sklyarov
11th BCC Thailand Open (2011), Pattaya THA, rd 2, Apr-12
Alekhine Defense: Krejcik Variation. Krejcik Gambit (B02)  ·  0-1



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  FSR: A textbook demolition of 2.Bc4? For 9.d3, see M Nikolic vs Ganaus Hannes, 2008 - another crushing win for Black. If everyone played 2.Bc4 I'd play Alekhine's every day of the week.
Oct-18-11  sevenseaman: For a brief while I cheered the White player!
Oct-18-11  JohnBoy: This variation was good for shock value 25 years ago - shortly after its discovery. But 5...e6, 6...d5 and 7...Vc6 claim the center and leave white scratching his head.
Apr-27-12  Caissas Clown: Awful play by White. No doubt the 2200 rating is correct , so it fascinates me to wonder ,how could he lose in such fashion?? Bad day ? Old age ? Anybody know the circumstances behind this defeat ?
Apr-28-12  King Death: If White were allowed time to play 9.d4 his position still wouldn't be bad but 8...e5 turns everything upside down. White misses that light squared bishop that he tossed away then.
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  FSR: Note that 10.Qd1 would have been met by the crushing 10...Qg5! Even 10.Qd3 is met by 10...Qg5! 11.Qxd4 Qxg2 12.Rf1 Bh3 13.Qd3 Re8 14.f4 Be7! and White can resign.

Stockfish 12 prefers 7.Qe3 (dreaming of playing d4) to 7.Qe2. But Black responds 7...e5! 8.Qxe5 Nc6 9.Qe3 h5! 10.d4 Rh6! and White's game is horrible.

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  GrahamClayton: <Caissas Clown> Awful play by White. No doubt the 2200 rating is correct , so it fascinates me to wonder ,how could he lose in such fashion?? Bad day ? Old age ? Anybody know the circumstances behind this defeat ?

<Caissas Clown> This game was played in Round 2, so it was not like it was the final round and Vospernik decided to have a bit of fun to end the tournament.

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