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Old July 1st 10, 11:29 PM posted to rec.games.chess.misc,rec.games.chess.analysis
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Default Lopez v. GM James Plaskett (my most famous game): [FEN"r3kbnr/1bqp1ppp/p3p3/1p6/2nNPP2/2N1BB2/PPP1Q1PP/2KR3R b kq - 0 0"]

From James Plaskett's flawed but interesting book comes this position,
against a fellow surnamed kinsman of mine.

I am taking the full 10 points even though Plaskett only discusses the
main line below, which is not the best line of play, as I saw. But I
got the two key moves, the first two moves.

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[Event "Hastings 1988/89"]
[Site "UK"]
[Date "????.??.??"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Lopez"]
[Black "Plaskett"]
[Result "0-1"]
[SetUp "1"]
[FEN "r3kbnr/1bqp1ppp/p3p3/1p6/2nNPP2/2N1BB2/PPP1Q1PP/2KR3R b kq - 0
0"]
[PlyCount "9"]

1... Nxb2 2. Kxb2 (2. Nd5 $17) 2... Ba3+ 3. Kxa3 (3. Kb1 Qxc3 $19 4.
Bc1 Bxc1
5. Kxc1 Qa1+ 6. Kd2 Qxd4+ 7. Ke1 Qc5) (3. Kb3 Qa5 $19) 3... Qxc3+ 4.
Nb3 Bc6 5.
Bc5 a5 *
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Old July 2nd 10, 12:48 AM posted to rec.games.chess.misc,rec.games.chess.analysis
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Default Lopez v. GM James Plaskett (my most famous game): [FEN"r3kbnr/1bqp1ppp/p3p3/1p6/2nNPP2/2N1BB2/PPP1Q1PP/2KR3R b kq - 0 0"]

On Jul 1, 6:29*pm, raylopez99 wrote:
From James Plaskett's flawed but interesting book comes this position,
against a fellow surnamed kinsman of mine.

I am taking the full 10 points even though Plaskett only discusses the
main line below, which is not the best line of play, as I saw. *But I
got the two key moves, the first two moves.


Why not take 100 points and declare yourself the Queen of England?


RL

[Event "Hastings 1988/89"]
[Site "UK"]
[Date "????.??.??"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Lopez"]
[Black "Plaskett"]
[Result "0-1"]
[SetUp "1"]
[FEN "r3kbnr/1bqp1ppp/p3p3/1p6/2nNPP2/2N1BB2/PPP1Q1PP/2KR3R b kq - 0
0"]
[PlyCount "9"]

1... Nxb2 2. Kxb2 (2. Nd5 $17) 2... Ba3+ 3. Kxa3 (3. Kb1 Qxc3 $19 4.
Bc1 Bxc1
5. Kxc1 Qa1+ 6. Kd2 Qxd4+ 7. Ke1 Qc5) (3. Kb3 Qa5 $19) 3... Qxc3+ 4.
Nb3 Bc6 5.
Bc5 a5 *


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Old July 2nd 10, 10:53 AM posted to rec.games.chess.misc,rec.games.chess.analysis
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Default Lopez v. GM James Plaskett (my most famous game): [FEN"r3kbnr/1bqp1ppp/p3p3/1p6/2nNPP2/2N1BB2/PPP1Q1PP/2KR3R b kq - 0 0"]

On Jul 2, 2:48*am, chasmad wrote:


Why not take 100 points and declare yourself the Queen of England?



Because you already have that title, chasmad, from the Gay Pride
parade.

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