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Paul Hopwood
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Re: a claim for a novelty
Reply #1 - 02/14/05 at 14:10:12
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Sorry all, the game score should read as follows:

1 e4 c5 2 Nf3 d6 3 d4 cxd4 4 Nxd4 Nf6 5 Nc3 a6 6 Be3 e5 7 Nb3 Be6 8 Qd2 Nbd7 9 0-0-0 b5 10 f3 Rc8 11 Qf2 Rxc3! 12 bxc3 d5 13 Bd3 Qc7 14 Qe1 Ba3+ 15 Kb1 0-0 16 Bc1 Bxc1 17 Rxc1 Nb6 18 h3 Na4 19 exd5 Nxd5 20 Rf1 Ndxc3+ 21 Ka1 Qd6 0-1
  
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Paul Hopwood
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a claim for a novelty
02/14/05 at 14:06:31
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Hi all,
        I remember some time ago, Felix Kwiatkowski made a claim for a novelty in the Sveshnikov variation.  Here I was wondering if I have a similar claim.

Button-Hopwood, Woodhouse Cup 2001.

  Here in both recent Gambit books covering the line, the authors say that is good here. (I thought that 14 Bd2 was better, but ultimately White has no real antidote to the plan of sticking a Knight on a4, taking on c3, pushing the d pawn and then pushing the a-pawn, when a2 will collapse)
  
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