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Jan Gustafsson vs Rasmus Svane
82nd German Chess Championship (2011), Bonn GER, rd 7, Jun-01
Queen's Gambit Declined: Three Knights Variation. General (D37)  ·  1-0

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Jun-16-11  braimondi: Nice recovery from Jan Gustafsson
Jun-16-11  Gilmoy: <8..a5> threatens the pin. White looks deep(er), probably considers the 350-point rating gap, and decides to have some fun: <9.a3> eventually trades Q+P for BBN. White's well-centralized dense pack frustrates Black's lagging pawn chain.

<27.d5!> cleverly blows up the center (not a sac, just a delayed trade) for <28.Nd4> forking b5, and Black's precious Q-side pawn wedge melts away cheaply. White's most-annoying K-N pair anchors the BB wingmen, and the whole gaggle oozes up the board like an amoeba, while Black's lone Q never has two targets in a row. A Queen is a lousy defender <because> she's too valuable!

Jun-16-11  Juninho: 24..., f6 seems exciting. Who is better?

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