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Claude Frizzel Bloodgood vs Taylor
corr (1973) (correspondence), correspondence game
Grob Opening: Spike. Hurst Attack (A00)  ·  1-0

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Feb-16-05  schnarre: What's with 4...Qd4?? Nf3 is an obvious reply, & the potential loss of the Queen (or at least some significant material) should be easily noticed.
Feb-16-05  TheSlid: Is this game against the R Dean Taylor famous for singing about a murderer in the song "Indiana Wants Me".
Feb-16-05  erasmus: After 7.-Qf5 I would have swapped queens 8.Qxf5 Bxf5 and then win myself a rook by playing 9. Bxb7.
Feb-16-05  Hinchliffe: <erasmus> You have a point. However by stealing the bishop in broad daylight while still keeping his queen on the board the position offers far greater opportunities for white to find a swifter conclusion.For example, the bishop is now able to put horrific pressure on black's queenside and gobble up a pawn or two.Eventually forcing black to move his King where upon his demise is imminent.
Feb-16-05  schnarre: <erasmus> Noticed that too, eh!?

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