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David Black vs Shemsi Rukovci
Norwegian Open (2001), Oslo NOR, rd 1, Apr-07
French Defense: Exchange. Monte Carlo Variation (C01)  ·  0-1



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Mar-07-04  bumpmobile: Here's a good miniature example of what not to do in the opening. White should have played 8. ♘f3, developing pieces and preparing to castle.
Mar-07-04  Shadout Mapes: The black knights form a neat little cage for the white king, very interesting.
Aug-08-08  whiteshark: Black's day, anyway.
Feb-07-12  Wyatt Gwyon: King walked straight into mate. Sucks to be white.
Feb-07-12  sambo: There is actually nothing better for the 16th move, even: e.g., 16. a3 is no better, since 16...b5+ 17. Kc5 Nd3 18. Kc6 Rd6#. It looks like Kc4 loses pretty much instantly.

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