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Re: Rauzerdorf
Reply #2 - 03/30/08 at 10:17:06
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I have solved the problem.  I "forgot" that the pawn on b2 was hanging.
After 14 Bd3 Bg7  15 g6 00  16 Be7 fxg6  17 Qxg6 threatens mate
However, if 14 Be2 Bg7  15 g6 00 16 Be7 fxg6  17 Qxg6 Qxb2 black is equal as 18 Rd1 leads to a perpetual as the Be2 blocks the knigs escape square.
  
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Re: Rauzerdorf
Reply #1 - 03/25/08 at 17:40:53
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Why You poeple still ivent new names for openings/variations? It sounds silly for me.
  

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Rauzerdorf
03/25/08 at 16:49:52
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1 e4 c5  2 Nf3 d6  3 d4 cxd4  4 Nxd4 Nf6  5 Nc3 a6  6 Bg5 e6  7 f4 Nc6  8 Nxc6 bxc6  9 e5 h6  10 Bh4 g5  11 fxg5 Nd5  12 Nxd5 cxd5  13 Qh5 Qb6.
I have been looking at this position in the excellent book "The easy Guide to the Najdorf" and have a few questions.  While I follow all the analysis, I fail to fully understand the differences between 14 Be2 and 14 Bd3.  After...Bg7  15 g6 00, how come 16 Be7 is playable against Bd3 but not against Be2??
  
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