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Julian M Hodgson vs John van der Wiel
Donner Memorial Open (1994), Amsterdam NED, rd 4, Aug-22
Trompowsky Attack: General (A45)  ·  1-0

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Dec-23-04
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  Everett: Hodgson demolishes a GM
Sep-18-07  xeroxmachine: Omg da chossgame totally roks!
Jan-01-08  Phebas: Nbc3! and the black queen is out. Good work, Mr. Hodgson.
Jan-01-08  mrsaturdaypants: 11...d6 seems much better. Black should be able to 0-0-0 and be up an exchange and a pawn (which he'll probably have to give back). I'm not sure how well he'd be able to get his minor pieces out any time soon, but I bet he can hold the middlegame, with some chance of an advantage in the endgame. Overall, I question white's 8th move, though it sure worked out for him in this very pretty game.
Feb-21-09  KERESOV: Maybe instead of 11... Qb2 Black should play 11... Rg8 to immediately generate counterplay and prevents White from moving his light squared Bishop. White's best is either 12. Qc2 or 12.g3 after which Black will continue with the a6-b5 idea ...
Aug-31-21
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  GrahamClayton: Hodgson's first victory over van der Wiel - he broke his "duck" in style!
Oct-22-21
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  kerpa: In The Art of Planning in Chess Move by Move, Neil McDonald gives this game as the precursor to a similar win for White in the Trompowsky Wells v. Shirov 2006. Well worth a look.

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