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  A little puzzle for players rated under 1400

Earl of Norfolk

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Wed Apr 13 2005 2:28PM | edited: 2:30:39 | MsgID: 1892445


I'll give a hint: it's very similar to Damiano's Defense, if that helps anyone.



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Wed Apr 13 2005 11:45AM | MsgID: 1891872


Thank you Philip - I will send you a beer!

One day I will master inserting positions (..or perhaps not!)

Regards,

Somerset



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Wed Apr 13 2005 11:22AM | MsgID: 1891787


Hello Marquis,

Here's both the current position and the playable game. Nice








Analyse position



[[1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 d6 3. d4 f6 4. Bc4 Ne7 5. dxe5 fxe5 6. Nxe5]]

Playable game scores in this posting
Playable game fragment #1




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Wed Apr 13 2005 10:52AM | MsgID: 1891693


I have just played the following moves in a game on the site, and wonder if others can spot the logical progression to scoring a major advantage (only those below 1400 please!):

1. e2 e4, e7e5
2. g1 f3, d7 d6
3. d2 d4, f7 f6
4. f1 c4, g8 e7
5. d4xe5, f6xe5
6. f3xe5.....

I am sorry but I am not very good at annotations and even worse at trying to insert a chess position in a forum post (perhaps someone could oblige?). Clue: Quite a nice little series of sacrifices...

Regards,

Somerset