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Bahram Farzamfar vs Rene Gralla
Cafe Rosenhof-Blitz Casual (2006) (blitz), Hamburg GER, Aug-09
Budapest Defense: General (A52)  ·  0-1

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Mar-30-10
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  Nightsurfer: The somewhat crazy 4. ... d5?!?! is a new idea, with regard to the stem game >> J Esser vs Gyula Breyer << (Budapest HUN 1916), back then Black has defended the Knight g4 by 4. ... h5, please replay that match by surfing to the link www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1529568 !
Mar-30-10
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  Nightsurfer: Please Mr. Webmaster, please intervene once more again by inserting a real link to >> J Esser vs Gyula Breyer << (Budapest 1916), thanks a lot!
Apr-11-10
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  Nightsurfer: With regard to the stem game - at least kind of ... - >>J Esser vs Gyula Breyer<<, in the following the direct link, finally (... gg ...): J Esser vs Breyer, 1916 !
Dec-05-12
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  FSR: I have played 4.Qd4 in blitz, usually successfully, although I don't think it's good. 4...d5?!?! is a weird idea. I would've preferred 6.Bb5 a6 7.Bxc6+ bxc6 8.h3 Nh6 9.Nc3 to White's 6.Qd1?! Usually Black plays 4...d6 5.exd6, and now IMO 5...Nc6! is best, and unpleasant for White.
Dec-06-12  Abdel Irada: I see White played the Seppuku Variation Accelerated.
Dec-07-12
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  FSR: <Abdel Irada> One can even hyper-accelerate the variation. In Internet blitz, I've won this game: 1.d4 e5? 2.dxe5 Nc6 3.Nf3 Qe7 4.Nbd2 Nxe5 5.c3?? Nd3#.
Dec-07-12
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  Nightsurfer: <FSR> Wow, that has been fast, for sure!
Nov-10-19
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  sea7kenp: 9 Bd2 appears suicidal.

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