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Dean Arond vs Ryan Murphy
24th Chicago Open U2100 (2015), Wheeling, IL USA, rd 3, May-23
Caro-Kann Defense: Panov Attack. Modern Defense Mieses Line (B13)  ·  1-0



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  FSR: An unforced error at the end, falling into a type of trap previously seen in O Feuer vs O'Kelly, 1934; NN vs G Abrahams, 1929; and H K Mattison vs R Millers, 1926. See also (No. 5916).
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  FSR: Gelfand vs Adams, 2013 is yet another game where O-O-O attacks a rook on b2, though not with check.
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  FSR: G H Thornton vs Boultbee, 1884 is the first known game featuring this type of trap.
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  FSR: Usually White accepts Black's gambit with 16.Qxa7 Bd6, when Black may have enough compensation for the pawn. All four of the games in Opening Explorer ended in draws. As of this writing, White has only scored 48.7% in 39 games with 16.Qxa7 Bd6 on ChessBase Online. The line is the subject of a ChessBase DVD by Henrik Danielsen.
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  FSR: After 17...Kxd7 Black has scored a perfect 3-0 on ChessBase Online. After 18.Bf4, Ijzermans (1959)-Kabos (2294), Brasschaat Open 2013 continued 18... Rb5 19. Rd1+ Kc6 20. Ke2 Rb2+ 21. Rd2 Rxd2+ 22. Bxd2 Bd6 23. Rg1 g6 24. h4 Rb8 25. Rg4 Rb2 26. a4 Bc5 27. h5 Bxf2 28. hxg6 hxg6 29. Kxf2 Rxd2+ 30. Ke3 Rd5 31. Rh4 Rf5 32. Rh8 Ra5 33. Rf8 f5 34. Rf6 Kd5 35. Rxg6 Rxa4 36. Rg8 Rc4 37. Kd3 Rc7 38. Rd8+ Ke5 39. Rd4 f4 40. Ra4 Kf5 41. Ra5+ e5 42. Rd5 Rh7 43. Ra5 Rh3 44. Ke2 Rh2+ 45. Ke1 Rh3 46. Ke2 Rh7 47. Kd3 Rh2 48. Rxa7 Rf2 49. Rf7+ Ke6 50. Rf8 Rxf3+ 51. Kd2 Kd5 52. Rd8+ Ke4 53. c4 Ra3 54. c5 Ra2+ 55. Kd1 Ra5 56. c6 Rc5 57. Rc8 Ke3 58. Re8 Ke4 59. Rc8 Rc4 0-1.
Jul-01-16  deanman58: What can I say, the game played itself!!
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  FSR: Another example of this theme: Borbely vs Kovacs, 1948
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  FSR: There's also this game:

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