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gentlewhisper - vs Kingsblade 16.08.2009 [30:48] 
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Post gentlewhisper - vs Kingsblade 16.08.2009 [30:48]
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This is half of a dual commentary. Other half: Kingsblade - Dual Com KB vs GW Sicilian GPA Aug 16a

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Post Re: gentlewhisper - vs Kingsblade 16.08.2009 [30:48]
Good Game GW!

It was a lot of fun right up to the rook-losing-checkmate-forcing-ego-deflating-jaw-dropping-how-did-I-miss-that-move-absent-f pawn- queen-fork-check as ironically predicted in the very beginning of your video...LOL!

Let's see, what was it I exclaimed again? ... CRAP!!!

Maybe next time! :)


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Post Re: gentlewhisper - vs Kingsblade 16.08.2009 [30:48]
KingsBlade one suggestion. In the GP attack white should play Bb5 (with either check or pinning knight) before playing Nf3. The reason behind this is two fold. White's plan in the GP is to keep both his knight's and to trade off one of black's knight's for his light bishop. The knights coordinate with the queen, dark bishop and rooks later in the game when the king side attack comes with pawn move of f5. By playing the Knight to f3 first black can play Bg5 and now white loses one of his important knights for the attack. ;)


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