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Benjamin Finegold vs Jayson Gonzales
29th World Open (2001), Philadelphia, PA USA, rd 4, Jul-06
Mikenas Defense (A40)  ·  1-0

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Apr-30-05  chess man: Black castles right into white's attack.
Apr-30-05  Resignation Trap: <chess man> <<Black castles right into White's attack.>>

Yes, but how else to dfend both the d-pawn and the b-pawn ? Black's opening looks suspicious.

Apr-30-05  chess man: <Resignation Trap> exzactly that is my point. I should have probaly said "black is forced to castle right into white's attack."
Aug-13-15  dale2222222: RE8 then back to D8... very suspicious

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