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Gledis Kapidani vs Sune Berg Hansen
Team Match German league (2020), ?, Sep-17
Queen Pawn Opening: General (A40)  ·  1-0

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Nov-26-21
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  saffuna: Quite a blunder for a 2500 player.
May-10-22
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  fredthebear: Ouch! That's one way to decline a queen swap. Black was better too. Uncommon to see the kings on the 2nd and 7th.

Don't open 1...a6 -- it does not challenge the center or help develop a bishop; however, the ...a6 move did fit into Black's anti-London system set-up (but the wrong move order).

I've watched a few of <Sune Berg Hansen>'s videos on-line. His creative positional knowledge has impressed me. What's wrong w/the pawn structure? Where do the pieces belong? What can the piece do from there? He'll definitely think outside the box, and say what's on his mind. At other times, more elaboration is needed, but he keeps the action flowing w/simple but effective plans. I'll watch more videos in the future. Here GM Hansen dissects Gotham Chess/IM Levy Rozman games: https://www.bing.com/videos/search?...

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