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Joan Breland vs Rinehart
Indiana (1972)
Spanish Game: Berlin Defense. l'Hermet Variation (C67)  ·  1-0

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Sep-12-14  theodosius: 6...Nxb5?? Nf5 leads to a standard "Berlin Wall" setup. I gotta remember this continuation though, because Nxb5 seems like such a safe and natural move.
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  Stonehenge: There's nothing wrong with 6...Nxb5. 8...Qf6 is the blunder.
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  master8ch: Why not a 9-mover with 9.axb5?

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