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Alexander Raetsky vs Wolfgang Schmid
ch-SUI Hauptturnier 1 (2012), Flims SUI, rd 3, Jul-14
Scandinavian Defense: Ilundain Variation (B01)  ·  1-0

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Nov-08-15
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  fredthebear: Extremely efficient play by White. In Chess Fundamentals, Capablanca states the Bxf7+ followed by Ne5+ and NxBg4 is one of the most common opening traps, unpinning and winning a pawn while also removing Black's right to castle.

In the final position, Black seems forced to play pawn takes the White knight as the knight forks two major pieces. However, after 21...exNf6 22.Qc7+ leads to mate. Thus, Black's resignation is in order.

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