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Daniele Vocaturo vs Sabino Brunello
Reggio Emilia (2010), Reggio Emilia ITA, rd 5, Jan-02
Caro-Kann Defense: Advance. Short Variation (B12)  ·  0-1

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Jan-02-10  ajile: Somebody won with Black in the Caro-Kann?

I don't understand.

Jan-02-10  ounos: A fluke :P
Jan-05-10
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  beenthere240: If white plays 25. Bh3 instead of the piece sac Bxf5 (which ultimately loses) does black make his own sac with 25...Rxh3?
Jan-05-10  zanshin: <beenthere240: If white plays 25. Bh3>

After <25.Bh3>, Rybka wants to play <25...Kh8> for some reason. Here's a comparison with your sac idea.


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[-0.88] d=18 25...Kg8 26.Nd2 g5 27.Rf3 g4 28.Bxg4 Nxe5 29.dxe5 Bc5 30.Kf1 fxg4 31.Rg3 Qg5 32.h3 Qf4 33.Qf3 Qxe5 34.Rxg4 Kh8 35.Re1 Qb2 36.Qg3 Qxb5 37.Re2 Rf8 38.Nf3 (0:20.56) 158703kN

[+0.44] d=17 25...Rxh3 26.gxh3 Rc8 27.h4 Rc4 28.Kh1 Kg8 29.Nd2 Ra4 30.Qg3 Qe8 31.Nb3 Qf7 (0:15.19) 115784kN

Jan-07-10
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  An Englishman: Good Evening: the Advance Variation vs. the Caro-Kann has turned into such a weapon in recent years that wins with Black are rather the surprise. What's not the surprise is the title for this defensive gem should it ever become Game of the Day: "Vintage Defense."

Of course, Brunello might have preferred to pop a bottle of Asti Spumante to celebrate this game.

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