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Ivan Skrypin vs Alexey Glebov
UKR-ch U08 (2007), Evpatoria, rd 4, May-12
Bird Opening: General (A02)  ·  0-1



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Jan-24-13  YoungEd: Until just now, this was the only two-move game without kibitzing!
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  TheTamale: <YoungEd>: Just too many complexities to analyze, I suppose.
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  FSR: Very aggressive play by White, a sort of Bird-Keres Attack. Black's passive 1...e6!? seems to have lulled White into complacency.
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  paavoh: Material for a Guess-the-Move game, perhaps?
Mar-07-17  catlover: Skrypin's aggressive play landed him in the "Fool's Mate" club.
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  whiteshark: <#2>
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  whiteshark: helpmate that is
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  whiteshark: <find similar games> omg
Jun-24-17  Lossmaster: White goes for an innovative move transposition from L Darling vs R Wood, 1983.
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  sea7kenp: Oh no! Black moved his Queen too early. :-D
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