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Hafizulhelmi Mas vs Surya Shekhar Ganguly
Wch U10 (1991), Warsaw POL, rd 11
Italian Game: Two Knights Defense. Polerio Defense Suhle Defense (C59)  ·  0-1

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May-13-04
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  tpstar: Technique, kids! 27 ... Qd4+ 28. Kf5/Kg5 Re5++ or 28 ... Qg4++. Or 29 ... Qh3+ 30. Kg5 Re5+ 31. Kf4 Qf5++. Keep studying!
Jun-20-04  firn: Why the heck doesn't white resign?
May-26-05
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  tpstar: pablobaisotti-tpstar0 (Yahoo 5/25/05): 10. Ng1!? Bc5 11. h3?! Qb6 12. d4 ed 13. Bxd3 Bxf2+ 14. Kf1 0-0 15. Nc3 Bh4? (15 ... Bxg1) 16. Qf3 Nh5!? 17. Nge2 Re8 18. g3 Nxg3+ 19. Nxg3 Qc7 20. Bf4 Qe7 and later drawn (1/2-1/2).
May-26-05  PARACONT1: The White player seems pretty weak to be playing in such a tourney. He was getting mauled and toyed round like a mouse facing a cat. Well it is the Cadet tourney so it should be full of weak younglings versus one or two talented juniors.
May-26-05  halcyonteam: i am from malaysia, and mas hafiz is also from malaysia. I agree his opening played here is quite weak, ignoring the centre and development for an early extra pawn.
Jul-06-06  Tariqov: <halcyonteam>No,it is not wrong accepting the gambit ,this is a famous line up to 10Ng1?! when the normal line is 10Ne5!,he just got under pressure(normal when accepting a gambit)Famous GM's played it as White (with 10Ne5,not 10Ng1?)and got mixed results,you just have to play accurately and you might be in the winning side(as white)

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Dec-04-06  adviser: I think that 11.d4 is much better and it could have saved that guy's life.
Apr-20-07  iccsumant: Poor Ganguly, he must have felt bored playing with weaklings of that sort!
Sep-30-19  Twocolors: Nada, mas!

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