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Fomin vs Fedossov
Iwantejewka (1988)
Budapest Defense: General (A52)  ·  0-1

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Mar-11-04  ughaibu: They just cant resist the lure of the h-pawn.
Mar-11-04  TrueFiendish: Fomin must have been rabid about this one...
Mar-11-04
Premium Chessgames Member
  tamar: Fomin got robbed , mobbed , and shish-kabobbed...
Mar-11-04  Benjamin Lau: TrueFiendish, lol, was that an intentional pun ("fomin" "rabid"). ;-)
Mar-11-04  TrueFiendish: Yes, I'm afraid it was.
Sep-12-04  Rowson: Im sick of the bad puns which seem to have become all too common place at this site!
Sep-12-04  Lawrence: What bad puns? Never seen one.
Sep-12-04  Larsker: <Im sick of the bad puns which seem to have become all too common place at this site!> You'll have to ask chessgames.com about this one :-)
Apr-06-12
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  Phony Benoni: Very cooperative play by White; what happens after 8.Ke3? In fact, almost too cooperative. And where in the world is <Iwantejewka>?
Apr-07-12  King Death: <Phony Benoni: Very cooperative play by White; what happens after 8.Ke3?...>

After 8.Ke3 Bf5 9.Qa4+ Nc6 10.g4 0-0-0 Black still has a winning attack.

<...where in the world is <Iwantejewka>?>

Very good question so I looked it up.
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iwante...

One of our German or Russian friends can tell us for sure but it looks like the place is in Moscow Oblast not too far from the city.

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