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Vasilij Gagarin vs Normunds Miezis
Rilton Cup (2009), Stockholm SWE, rd 3, Dec-29
Budapest Defense: Rubinstein Variation (A52)  ·  0-1

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Jan-01-10  The Rocket: gagarin totally misses the point of why this opening is terrible for black... just play 9. a3 and black is bacically forced to exchange the bishop for knight without any compensation.... and in an open position the bishop pair is a very strong advantage!
Jan-01-10  kurtrichards: Maybe Gagarin is not familiar with the Budapest Defense (A52) that he engages black in a war of exchanging pieces and then realized that his pair of bishops is not enough to stop those trios of pawns in the queenside from advancing supported by rook on c8, bishop on e6, and knight on c3. 0-1

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