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Najmes vs Janos Balogh
Budapest (1943)
Budapest Defense: Fajarowicz Variation (A51)  ·  0-1



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Nov-04-03  mjk: 5.♕d5?, since 6.♕xb7 is at best a ♕ for ♖ and ♗ trade, but after 7.♕a6 White doesn't even get the ♖.
Nov-04-03  fatbaldguy: Nice trap by black, but I think there is a flaw - if White plays 7 Be3, doesn't the queen get out trouble at the next move? And if 7 ... a6, then 8 Nd4 Ra7 9 N:c6 R:b7 10 N:d8 wins. Maybe I am missing something (not that that would be unusual, mind you).
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  Chessical: 7.e6 seems to refute Black's plan e.g.

- 7...fxe6 8.Bf4 Bb4+ 9.Nbd2 winning

- 7...Bb4+ 8.Bd2 Rb8 9.exf7+ Kxf7 10.Ne5+ Kg8 11.Nxc6 dxc6 12.Qxb8 Qxb8 13.Bxb4 winning

Apr-26-05  FeArMySkiLLz: <takeithome> take a look at this game. im tellin u its worth it. do u think white can avoid the loss of the queen
Apr-26-05  aw1988: Stop spamming, and then I'll answer you.
Apr-26-05  FeArMySkiLLz: <takeithome> look at 7.e6
Apr-26-05  aw1988: Of course 7. Qa6?? was terrible.
Apr-26-05  FeArMySkiLLz: <aw1988> he had to play Qa6 in threat of Nc5. But it appears 7.e6 was the best move and appearently saves him
Apr-26-05  aw1988: And STOP SPAMMING.

The reason I don't deal with e6 is that I have no idea what it is trying to accomplish.

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  tpstar: For the record, Opposing Counsel is hereby reminded about previous case precedent = Helmer vs J Krejcik, 1917

I move for Summary Dismissal

Aug-26-05  misguidedaggression: 7.e6 is one of those odd computer moves that you don't see over the board, doesn't look right, and holds everything. The point - for those of us who aren't cutting and pasting computer analisys - is that now on 7...Nc5 8.exd7+ Qxd7 9.Qxa8+ wins as does 8...Nxd7 9.Qxc6
Aug-06-06  patzer2: White's blunder 7. Qa6?? does indeed lose the Queen to 7...Bb4+! as pointed out by <aw1988>.

Instead, 7. Nd4! Bb4+ 8. Nc3 Nxc3 9. Nxc6 dxc6 10. Bd2 Nxa2 11. Rd1 Bc5 12. Qxc6+ Kf8 13. e3 (+1.88 @ 14 depth, Fritz 8) is winning for White.

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