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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...
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  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 about this one :-)
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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.

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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