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Remy Dubreuil vs P Baudin
Urcuit (1989), Urcuit FRA
King Pawn Game: Damiano Defense (C40)  ·  1-0



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Mar-30-04  InspiredByMorphy: 9.Ne7 would have gave black a fairly equal game.
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  tpstar: <InspiredByMorphy>: 9 ... Nge7 loses a Pawn to 10. Qh5+ g6 (10 ... Kf8 11. Qf7++; 10 ... Kd7 11. Be6++) 11. fg Nxg6 12. Bxc5 dxc5 13. Qxc5, although Black can get Queens off with 13 ... Qe7+. If 9 ... Bxe3 10. Qh5+ as in the game, but active defense with 9 ... Ne5 10. Qh5+ Kf8 holds (11. Be6 Qe8).
Mar-31-04  InspiredByMorphy: <tpstar> <9 ... Nge7 loses a Pawn to 10. Qh5+ g6 (10 ... Kf8 11. Qf7++; 10 ... Kd7 11. Be6++) 11. fg> Nice! You are correct. 9.Ne5 is much better for black.

9.Ne5 10. Bxc5 Nxc4 11.Qh5+ Kf8

Mar-31-04  iron maiden: If Black moves the king after Qh5, then White has forced mate (Ke7 and Kf8 both run into 10. Qf7#, and Kd7 allows 10. Be6+ followed by Qf7#). Neat little mating net!
Nov-02-05  schnarre: Hmmnnn....9...Qe7 perhaps?
Nov-06-05  schnarre: An older game I recently dug out went the following way: C.Jones--schnarre 1996

1. e4 e5, 2. Nf3 f6, 3. Nc3 Bc5, 4. Bc4 Ne7, 5. Nd5 Nxd5, 6. exd5 d6, 7. c3 Bf5, 8. Qa4+ Qd7, 9. Bb5 c6, 10. dxc6 Nxc6, 11. Nh4 Be6, 12. b4 Bb6, 13. f4 a6, 14. Be2 Kf7, 15. c4 exf4, 16. Bb2 g5, 17. d4 Nxd4, 18. Qxd7+ Bxd7, 19. Bh5+ Kg7, 20. Nf3 Nc2+, 21. Kd1 Nxa1, 22. Bxa1 Rac8, 23. Re1 Ba4+, 24. Kd2 Rxc4, 25. Re7+ Kh6, 26. Rxb7 Be3+, 27. Kd3 d5, 28. Bxf6 Bc2+, 29. Ke2 Rhc8, 30. g4 Bg6, 31. Ne5 Rc2+, 32. Kf3 Rf2# 0-1

Dec-01-15  Arnefish: ...Ne5,Qh5+Pg6,PxP Ng6,Be3xB PxB,O-O. Looks good for white, with intention of moving rooks to E1 and D1.

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