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  #1  
Old September 29th 08, 07:53 AM posted to rec.games.chess.analysis,rec.games.chess.misc,alt.chess,rec.games.chess.computer,rec.games.chess.politics
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Default Is this opening wrong? by Help Bot

Help Bot played 1. e4 and GetClub replied by 1....d5

Is this opening wrong as when Help Bot took the pawn (d5) there was no
way to recover that pawn.

Should I remove this opening:

1. e2-e4 d7-d5
2. e4xd5 Ng8-f6

Is 2.... Nf6 wrong move? or 1.... d5 itself was wrong?

Should it have played 2.... Qxd5 to take the pawn immidietly?

Please suggest if this opening should be removed from GetClub
database?


Game Played between help bot and master at GetClub.com

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help bot: (White)
master: (Black)
Game Played at: http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html
View Recorded Game: http://www.getclub.com/playgame.php?...976&game=Chess
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

White -- Black
(help bot) -- (master)

1. e2-e4{12} d7-d5{0}
2. e4xd5{4} Ng8-f6{0}
3. Bf1-b5{28} Bc8-d7{898}
4. Bb5-c4{34} b7-b5{366}
5. Bc4-b3{40} Bd7-f5{514}
6. Qd1-e2{58} a7-a6{528}
7. a2-a4{138} b5-b4{408}
8. c2-c4{80} b4-c3{398}
9. Nb1-c3{22} g7-g6{438}
10. Ng1-f3{86} Bf8-h6{2450}
11. Ke1-g1{76} Bh6-f4{1548}
12. Rf1-e1{64} Bf4-d6{602}
13. d2-d3{62} h7-h5{612}
14. Bc1-g5{76} Nb8-d7{472}
15. Bb3-c4{56} Ke8-g8{574}
16. h2-h3{56} Nd7-b6{1156}
17. a4-a5{54} Nb6-c4{558}
18. d3-c4{28} c7-c5{640}
19. d5-c6{90} Qd8-b8{678}
20. Nc3-d5{66} Nf6-d5{366}
21. c4-d5{98} Qb8-b3{762}
22. Re1-d1{110} Rf8-b8{688}
23. Bg5-e3{226} Qb3-b2{664}
24. Qe2-b2{60} Rb8-b2{674}
25. Nf3-d2{1464} Rb2-b5{840}
26. Nd2-c4{102} Bf5-e4{346}
27. Nc4-b6{64} Ra8-b8{870}
28. f2-f3{144} Be4-f5{996}
29. g2-g4{12} h5-g4{420}
30. h3-g4{2094} Bf5-c8{2662}
31. Rd1-b1{154} Rb5-b1{664}
32. Ra1-b1{178} f7-f6{558}
33. Rb1-d1{258} g6-g5{1106}
34. Kg1-f2{56} Kg8-h7{1966}
35. Rd1-c1{102} Bd6-c7{814}
36. Be3-c5{96} Kh7-g7{980}
37. Nb6-c8{56} Rb8-c8{386}
38. Bc5-e7{30} Kg7-f7{746}
39. Be7-b4{86} Bc7-f4{1038}
40. Rc1-c4{40} Bf4-e5{640}
41. d5-d6{504} Kf7-e6{928}
42. d6-d7{102} Rc8-h8{1322}
43. Kf2-e3{94} Be5-f4{1240}
44. Rc4-f4{106} g5-f4{844}
45. Ke3-f4{70} Rh8-b8{1300}
46. Bb4-c5{32} Rb8-g8{576}
47. Bc5-b6{66} Ke6-e7{494}
48. Qd7-d8{Q}{42} Rg8-d8{392}
49. Bb6-d8{26} Ke7-d8{770}
50. Kf4-f5{20} Kd8-c7{2038}
51. Kf5-f6{8} Kc7-d6{1312}
52. g4-g5{28} Kd6-c6{886}
53. g5-g6{6} Kc6-b5{678}
54. g6-g7{10} Kb5-a5{882}
55. Qg7-g8{Q}{12} Ka5-b5{1130}
56. Kf6-e5{20} Kb5-b6{1776}
57. Ke5-d5{28} Kb6-c7{30}
58. Qg8-e6{32} Kc7-b7{16}
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help bot: (White)
master: (Black)
Game Played at: http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html
View Recorded Game: http://www.getclub.com/playgame.php?...976&game=Chess

Since Help Bot was a pawn up in the opening he easily get the Queen
after exchanging all the pieces.

Despite being Master Level it lost as it played a wrong opening.

Bye
Sanny

Play Chess at: http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html
  #2  
Old September 29th 08, 08:51 AM posted to rec.games.chess.analysis,rec.games.chess.misc,alt.chess,rec.games.chess.computer,rec.games.chess.politics
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Default Is this opening wrong? by Help Bot

On 29 Set, 07:53, Sanny wrote:
Help Bot played 1. e4 and GetClub replied by 1....d5

Is this opening wrong as when Help Bot took the pawn (d5) there was no
way to recover that pawn.

Should I remove this opening:

1. e2-e4 d7-d5
2. e4xd5 Ng8-f6

Is 2.... Nf6 wrong move? or 1.... d5 itself was wrong?


Ray Keene, in his excellent " Opening Repertoire for the attacking
player " roundly condems this defense as inferior, and you would do
well to eliminate it from getclub's repertoire.



Should it have played 2.... Qxd5 to take the pawn immidietly?

Please suggest if this opening should be removed from GetClub
database?


Why not go the whole length and program the whole of " Opening
repertoire for the attacking player " into getclub, or maybe some of
the repertoire choices of renowned theoretician Eric Schiller ?

We would then have Opening play worthy of your program, and maybe you
can start posting questions about the finer points of getclub's
strategical play.


  #3  
Old September 29th 08, 12:09 PM posted to rec.games.chess.analysis,rec.games.chess.misc,alt.chess,rec.games.chess.computer,rec.games.chess.politics
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Default Is this opening wrong? by Help Bot

On Sep 29, 2:51*am, "Alessandro J." wrote:
On 29 Set, 07:53, Sanny wrote:

Help Bot played 1. e4 and GetClub replied by 1....d5


Is this opening wrong as when Help Bot took the pawn (d5) there was no
way to recover that pawn.


Should I remove this opening:


1. e2-e4 d7-d5
2. e4xd5 Ng8-f6


Is 2.... Nf6 wrong move? or 1.... d5 itself was wrong?



I made my living playing the black side of this opening for years back
when nobody else was playing it.

The main line went 1. e4 d5 2. exd5 Nf6 3. Bb5+ Bd7 4. Bc4 Bg4 5. f3
Bf5 and now black can usually recover the pawn with Nbd7, Nb6 and
Nxd5.

However, in 1964 I lost a tournament game to William Haines in a Kolty
tournament in Oakland, California. Haines played 6. g4. After that
loss, I more or less stopped playing this line.

I would not recommend this line for a computer program. I think that
the ideas behind this opening would be too difficult for a computer.

Sam Sloan
  #4  
Old September 29th 08, 03:53 PM posted to rec.games.chess.analysis,rec.games.chess.misc,alt.chess,rec.games.chess.computer,rec.games.chess.politics
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Default Is this opening wrong? by Help Bot

On Sep 29, 1:53*am, Sanny wrote:
Help Bot played 1. e4 and GetClub replied by 1....d5

Is this opening wrong as when Help Bot took the pawn (d5) there was no
way to recover that pawn.


That is clearly not true; as you yourself note, the pawn can be
immediately recovered by 2...Qxd5.

Should I remove this opening:

1. e2-e4 d7-d5
2. e4xd5 Ng8-f6

Is 2.... Nf6 wrong move? or 1.... d5 itself was wrong?

Should it have played 2.... Qxd5 to take the pawn immidietly?


This is a well-established, standard opening called the Scandinavian
Defense or Center Counter Defense. There are two main lines, 2...Qxd5
and 2...Nf6. The former, after 3.Nc3, branches into three main
variations: 3...Qa5, 3...Qd8, and 3...Qd6. The 2...Nf6 line has more
variations, depending on how White replies. If White holds on to the
pawn with 3.c4, it perforce becomes a gambit, either by 3...c6
(Scandinavian Gambit) or 3...e6 (Icelandic Gambit).
  #5  
Old September 30th 08, 10:03 AM posted to rec.games.chess.analysis,rec.games.chess.misc,alt.chess,rec.games.chess.computer,rec.games.chess.politics
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Default Is this opening wrong? by Help Bot

* This is a well-established, standard opening called the Scandinavian
Defense or Center Counter Defense. There are two main lines, 2...Qxd5
and 2...Nf6. The former, after 3.Nc3, branches into three main
variations: 3...Qa5, 3...Qd8, and 3...Qd6. The 2...Nf6 line has more
variations, depending on how White replies. If White holds on to the
pawn with 3.c4, it perforce becomes a gambit, either by 3...c6
(Scandinavian Gambit) or 3...e6 (Icelandic Gambit).


I have added the new opening So GetClub will play safe moves till
first 6 moves.

Bye
Sanny

Play Chess at: http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html

  #6  
Old October 2nd 08, 01:18 PM posted to rec.games.chess.analysis,rec.games.chess.misc,alt.chess,rec.games.chess.computer,rec.games.chess.politics
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Default Is this opening wrong? by Help Bot

On Sep 29, 6:09*am, samsloan wrote:
On Sep 29, 2:51*am, "Alessandro J." wrote:

On 29 Set, 07:53, Sanny wrote:


Help Bot played 1. e4 and GetClub replied by 1....d5


Is this opening wrong as when Help Bot took the pawn (d5) there was no
way to recover that pawn.


Should I remove this opening:


1. e2-e4 d7-d5
2. e4xd5 Ng8-f6


Is 2.... Nf6 wrong move? or 1.... d5 itself was wrong?


I made my living playing the black side of this opening for years back
when nobody else was playing it.


Sam,

You must have known Edgar McCormick, the upstate master who played
this line regularly in the 60s. If I recall correctly, he won a few NY
state open championships. I've been playing the Nf6 Scandinavian
myself since the early 70s.


The main line went 1. e4 d5 2. exd5 Nf6 3. Bb5+ Bd7 4. Bc4 Bg4 5. f3
Bf5 and now black can usually recover the pawn with Nbd7, Nb6 and
Nxd5.

However, in 1964 I lost a tournament game to William Haines in a Kolty
tournament in Oakland, California. Haines played 6. g4. After that
loss, I more or less stopped playing this line.


Bronstein suggested 5...Bc8!? to avoid leaving the bishop as a target.
The bishop has done his job because 5. f3 does more harm than good.
This is the line I play,

Larry T.



I would not recommend this line for a computer program. I think that
the ideas behind this opening would be too difficult for a computer.

Sam Sloan


  #7  
Old October 2nd 08, 03:39 PM posted to rec.games.chess.analysis,rec.games.chess.misc,alt.chess,rec.games.chess.computer,rec.games.chess.politics
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Default Is this opening wrong? by Help Bot

On Oct 2, 7:18*am, Larry Tapper wrote:
On Sep 29, 6:09*am, samsloan wrote:



On Sep 29, 2:51*am, "Alessandro J." wrote:


On 29 Set, 07:53, Sanny wrote:


Help Bot played 1. e4 and GetClub replied by 1....d5


Is this opening wrong as when Help Bot took the pawn (d5) there was no
way to recover that pawn.


Should I remove this opening:


1. e2-e4 d7-d5
2. e4xd5 Ng8-f6


Is 2.... Nf6 wrong move? or 1.... d5 itself was wrong?


I made my living playing the black side of this opening for years back
when nobody else was playing it.


Sam,

You must have known Edgar McCormick, the upstate master who played
this line regularly in the 60s. If I recall correctly, he won a few NY
state open championships. I've been playing the Nf6 Scandinavian
myself since the early 70s.



The main line went 1. e4 d5 2. exd5 Nf6 3. Bb5+ Bd7 4. Bc4 Bg4 5. f3
Bf5 and now black can usually recover the pawn with Nbd7, Nb6 and
Nxd5.


However, in 1964 I lost a tournament game to William Haines in a Kolty
tournament in Oakland, California. Haines played 6. g4. After that
loss, I more or less stopped playing this line.


Bronstein suggested 5...Bc8!? to avoid leaving the bishop as a target.
The bishop has done his job because 5. f3 does more harm than good.
This is the line I play,

Larry T.


Right. I was aware of this but I never played it.

I did not know that McCormick played it either.

I found this line in an issue of Shakhmaty v SSR in 1962. I was still
living in my parents house in Lynchbrug Virginia. I prepared this line
for the 1962 North Carolina Open but nobody played 1.e4 against me.

I started playing it when I got to Berkeley in the Fall of 1962. I had
very good results with it and my rating went straight up. The first
time in my life that I ever beat a master was with this line. Here is
the game that caused me to stop playing it:

[Event "Oakland (USA)"]
[Site "Oakland (USA)"]
[Date "1963.??.??"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Haines,William"]
[Black "Sloan,Sam"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "B01"]

1.e4 d5 2.exd5 Nf6 3.Bb5+ Bd7 4.Bc4 Bg4 5.f3 Bf5 6.g4 Bc8 7.a4 a6
8.g5 Nh5 9.Nc3 Bf5 10.d3 Qd6 11.Nge2 Nd7 12.Be3 Nb6 13.Nd4 g6
14.a5 Qe5 15.Nxf5 gxf5 16.Qe2 Nxc4 17.dxc4 f4 18.Bc5 Qxg5
19.O-O-O O-O-O 20.Rhg1 Qh4 21.Rg4 Qh3 22.Bd4 f6 23.c5 c6 24.Qe6+
Kc7 25.d6+ exd6 26.cxd6+ Kb8 27.Bxf6 Nxf6 28.Qxf6 Bh6 29.Rh4 Bg7
30.Qxd8+ Rxd8 31.Rxh3 1-0


However, I just looked through my old games and discovered that I
played it for a while again in 1969. Again I had good results. I beat
Michael Shahade with this line. Here is the game I beat John Peters
with this line.

[Event "Continental Amateur Championsh"]
[Site "Continental Amateur Champions"]
[Date "1969.??.??"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Peters,John A (USA)"]
[Black "Sloan,Sam"]
[Result "0-1"]
[ECO "B01"]

1.e4 d5 2.exd5 Nf6 3.d4 Nxd5 4.c4 Nb6 5.Nf3 g6 6.Be2 Bg7 7.O-O
O-O 8.Nc3 Nc6 9.d5 Na5 10.c5 Bxc3 11.cxb6 Bg7 12.bxc7 Qxc7 13.Qa4
Bd7 14.Qh4 b6 15.Bh6 Qd6 16.Ng5 f6 17.Nxh7 Rf7 18.Bf4 Qb4 19.Bd3
Bf5 20.Bxf5 gxf5 21.a3 Qxb2 22.Rfb1 Qe2 23.Rb4 Qg4 0-1

Looking through my results, it seems that I won almost every game with
black with this line. I cannot imagine why I stopped playing it.

Sam Sloan
  #8  
Old October 2nd 08, 04:14 PM posted to rec.games.chess.analysis,rec.games.chess.misc,alt.chess,rec.games.chess.computer,rec.games.chess.politics
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Default Is this opening wrong? by Help Bot

On Oct 2, 7:18*am, Larry Tapper wrote:
On Sep 29, 6:09*am, samsloan wrote:





On Sep 29, 2:51*am, "Alessandro J." wrote:


On 29 Set, 07:53, Sanny wrote:


Help Bot played 1. e4 and GetClub replied by 1....d5


Is this opening wrong as when Help Bot took the pawn (d5) there was no
way to recover that pawn.


Should I remove this opening:


1. e2-e4 d7-d5
2. e4xd5 Ng8-f6


Is 2.... Nf6 wrong move? or 1.... d5 itself was wrong?


I made my living playing the black side of this opening for years back
when nobody else was playing it.


Sam,

You must have known Edgar McCormick, the upstate master who played
this line regularly in the 60s. If I recall correctly, he won a few NY
state open championships. I've been playing the Nf6 Scandinavian
myself since the early 70s.



The main line went 1. e4 d5 2. exd5 Nf6 3. Bb5+ Bd7 4. Bc4 Bg4 5. f3
Bf5 and now black can usually recover the pawn with Nbd7, Nb6 and
Nxd5.


However, in 1964 I lost a tournament game to William Haines in a Kolty
tournament in Oakland, California. Haines played 6. g4. After that
loss, I more or less stopped playing this line.


Bronstein suggested 5...Bc8!? to avoid leaving the bishop as a target.
The bishop has done his job because 5. f3 does more harm than good.
This is the line I play,

Larry T.


On the few occasions I've had to face the Scandinavian Gambit, I got
good results with 1.e4 d5 2.exd5 Nf6 3.c4 c6 4.d4!, and after 4...cxd5
the game has turned into a Caro-Kann, Panov-Botvinnik variation. The
opponents I faced were not prepared for that, and even less for when I
played 5.Nc3 Nf6 6.c5, entering the Gunderam variation.
  #9  
Old October 19th 08, 07:03 PM posted to rec.games.chess.analysis,rec.games.chess.misc,alt.chess,rec.games.chess.computer,rec.games.chess.politics
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Default Is this opening wrong? by Help Bot

On Sep 29, 10:53*am, Sanny wrote:
Help Bot played 1. e4 and GetClub replied by 1....d5

Is this opening wrong as when Help Bot took the pawn (d5) there was no
way to recover that pawn.

Should I remove this opening:

1. e2-e4 d7-d5
2. e4xd5 Ng8-f6

Is 2.... Nf6 wrong move? or 1.... d5 itself was wrong?


e4 d5
e x d5
Q x d5
Nc3

This would be the correct line where the queen would either have to
retreat or play Q a5 upon which you would take out your black bishop
to bd2.

Responding with d5 should not be played unless you really understand
the complications it can end in.

The greatest chess player in history Kasparov played that line against
Anand. While Kasparov has beaten Anand in classical chess quite a few
times and I'm sure has a good record against Anand the game where he
played this line against Anand (as black with d5 and then Q x d5, and
Anand responded with Nc3 Kasparov retreated all the way back to d8),
Kasparov lost that game. Probably because as black you are already a
tempo behind and retreating all the way back to d8 made him two tempos
behind. Of course that may not be the only reason Kasparov lost but it
certainly handed the initiative (which as white was already with
Anand) and made it little more.

Should it have played 2.... Qxd5 to take the pawn immidietly?

Please suggest if this opening should be removed from GetClub
database?

Game Played between help bot and master at GetClub.com

---------------------------------------------------------------------------*-----
help bot: (White)
master: (Black)
Game Played at:http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html
View Recorded Game:http://www.getclub.com/playgame.php?...976&game=Chess
---------------------------------------------------------------------------*-----

White -- Black
(help bot) -- (master)

1. e2-e4{12} d7-d5{0}
2. e4xd5{4} Ng8-f6{0}
3. Bf1-b5{28} Bc8-d7{898}
4. Bb5-c4{34} b7-b5{366}
5. Bc4-b3{40} Bd7-f5{514}
6. Qd1-e2{58} a7-a6{528}
7. a2-a4{138} b5-b4{408}
8. c2-c4{80} b4-c3{398}
9. Nb1-c3{22} g7-g6{438}
10. Ng1-f3{86} Bf8-h6{2450}
11. Ke1-g1{76} Bh6-f4{1548}
12. Rf1-e1{64} Bf4-d6{602}
13. d2-d3{62} h7-h5{612}
14. Bc1-g5{76} Nb8-d7{472}
15. Bb3-c4{56} Ke8-g8{574}
16. h2-h3{56} Nd7-b6{1156}
17. a4-a5{54} Nb6-c4{558}
18. d3-c4{28} c7-c5{640}
19. d5-c6{90} Qd8-b8{678}
20. Nc3-d5{66} Nf6-d5{366}
21. c4-d5{98} Qb8-b3{762}
22. Re1-d1{110} Rf8-b8{688}
23. Bg5-e3{226} Qb3-b2{664}
24. Qe2-b2{60} Rb8-b2{674}
25. Nf3-d2{1464} Rb2-b5{840}
26. Nd2-c4{102} Bf5-e4{346}
27. Nc4-b6{64} Ra8-b8{870}
28. f2-f3{144} Be4-f5{996}
29. g2-g4{12} h5-g4{420}
30. h3-g4{2094} Bf5-c8{2662}
31. Rd1-b1{154} Rb5-b1{664}
32. Ra1-b1{178} f7-f6{558}
33. Rb1-d1{258} g6-g5{1106}
34. Kg1-f2{56} Kg8-h7{1966}
35. Rd1-c1{102} Bd6-c7{814}
36. Be3-c5{96} Kh7-g7{980}
37. Nb6-c8{56} Rb8-c8{386}
38. Bc5-e7{30} Kg7-f7{746}
39. Be7-b4{86} Bc7-f4{1038}
40. Rc1-c4{40} Bf4-e5{640}
41. d5-d6{504} Kf7-e6{928}
42. d6-d7{102} Rc8-h8{1322}
43. Kf2-e3{94} Be5-f4{1240}
44. Rc4-f4{106} g5-f4{844}
45. Ke3-f4{70} Rh8-b8{1300}
46. Bb4-c5{32} Rb8-g8{576}
47. Bc5-b6{66} Ke6-e7{494}
48. Qd7-d8{Q}{42} Rg8-d8{392}
49. Bb6-d8{26} Ke7-d8{770}
50. Kf4-f5{20} Kd8-c7{2038}
51. Kf5-f6{8} Kc7-d6{1312}
52. g4-g5{28} Kd6-c6{886}
53. g5-g6{6} Kc6-b5{678}
54. g6-g7{10} Kb5-a5{882}
55. Qg7-g8{Q}{12} Ka5-b5{1130}
56. Kf6-e5{20} Kb5-b6{1776}
57. Ke5-d5{28} Kb6-c7{30}
58. Qg8-e6{32} Kc7-b7{16}
---------------------------------------------------------------------------*-----
*help bot: (White)
master: (Black)
Game Played at:http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html
View Recorded Game:http://www.getclub.com/playgame.php?...976&game=Chess

Since Help Bot was a pawn up in the opening he easily get the Queen
after exchanging all the pieces.

Despite being Master Level it lost as it played a wrong opening.

Bye
Sanny

Play Chess at:http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html


  #10  
Old October 19th 08, 11:07 PM posted to rec.games.chess.analysis,rec.games.chess.misc,alt.chess,rec.games.chess.computer,rec.games.chess.politics
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Default Is this opening wrong? by Help Bot

On Oct 19, 1:03*pm, chessplayer wrote:

The greatest chess player in history Kasparov played that line against
Anand. While Kasparov has beaten Anand in classical chess quite a few
times and I'm sure has a good record against Anand the game where he
played this line against Anand (as black with d5 and then Q x d5, and
Anand responded with Nc3 Kasparov retreated all the way back to d8),
Kasparov lost that game. Probably because as black you are already a
tempo behind and retreating all the way back to d8 made him two tempos
behind. Of course that may not be the only reason Kasparov lost but it
certainly handed the initiative (which as white was already with
Anand) and made it little more.


You are mistaken. Anand was black in that game. Kasparov won the game
although it is believed that Anand got the advantage out of the
opening.

Kasparov Garry - Anand Viswanathan [B01/14]
Ch World (match) (PCA), New York (USA), 1995

1.e4 d5 2.exd5 Qxd5 3.Nc3 Qa5 4.d4 Nf6 5.Nf3 c6 6.Ne5 Be6 7.Bd3 Nbd7
8.f4 g6 9.0-0 Bg7 10.Kh1 Bf5 11.Bc4 e6 12.Be2 h5 13.Be3 Rd8 14.Bg1 0-0
15.Bf3 Nd5 16.Nxd5 exd5 17.Bf2 Qc7 18.Rc1 f6 19.Nd3 Rfe8 20.b3 Nb6
21.a4 Nc8 22.c4 Qf7 23.a5 Bf8 24.cxd5 cxd5 25.Bh4 Nd6 26.a6 b6 27.Ne5
Qe6 28.g4 hxg4 29.Nxg4 Bg7 30.Rc7 Ne4 31.Ne3 Bh3 32.Rg1 g5 33.Bg4 Bxg4
34.Qxg4 Qxg4 35.Rxg4 Nd6 36.Bf2 Nb5 37.Rb7 Re4 38.f5 Rxg4 39.Nxg4 Rc8
40.Rd7 Rc2 41.Rxd5 1-0

Sam Sloan
 




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