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Re: A Nice Game On Nanu Gambit.
Reply #7 - 03/24/11 at 09:53:10
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Eeh? The Sicilian Wing Gambit is valid because 5...e6 is better than 5...e5 and an FM was in trouble as White against it? I don't get that logic.
  

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Re: A Nice Game On Nanu Gambit.
Reply #6 - 03/24/11 at 01:20:19
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Dragonslayer wrote on 03/23/11 at 11:48:37:
I would be very interested to see some nice game (or analysis) for White where Black playes the better 5...e6.
Stefan Bücker (who studied the Nanu gambit in the magazine Kaissiber) got into trouble with White against a clubmate of mine rated c. 2180 last year in a small tournament.


This confirms nanu Gambit's Validity.
  
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Re: A Nice Game On Nanu Gambit.
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I would be very interested to see some nice game (or analysis) for White where Black playes the better 5...e6.
Stefan Bücker (who studied the Nanu gambit in the magazine Kaissiber) got into trouble with White against a clubmate of mine rated c. 2180 last year in a small tournament.
  
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Re: A Nice Game On Nanu Gambit.
Reply #4 - 03/21/11 at 21:28:03
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actually I take that back I don't like how black played at all. It looks like he fell for an elementary trap beginning with 7... e4 Should just continue normal development Nf6. I'm sure I've seen this exact game/analysis elsewhere before with ?? on e4. The rook is poisoned bait similar to a line in the KID where black offers his own rook up (I forget the exact line or i'd post it).
  
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Re: A Nice Game On Nanu Gambit.
Reply #3 - 03/21/11 at 09:33:49
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trw wrote on 03/20/11 at 16:40:05:
I don't like 8... Qf6



What should black play then ?
  
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Re: A Nice Game On Nanu Gambit.
Reply #2 - 03/20/11 at 16:40:05
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I don't like 8... Qf6
  
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Re: A Nice Game On Nanu Gambit.
Reply #1 - 03/20/11 at 09:10:12
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This Topic was moved here from Open Sicilians [move by] MilenPetrov.
  
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A Nice Game On Nanu Gambit.
03/20/11 at 06:44:51
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[Event "VCL Masters II R2: Sac, Sac, Mate! vs. I"]
[Site "Chess.com"]
[Date "2010.08.21"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Sac, Sac"]
[Black "Indian Marauders"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "B20"]
[Annotator "Master Om"]
[PlyCount "75"]
[EventDate "2010.??.??"]
[TimeControl "1"]

1. e4 c5 2. b4 cxb4 3. a3 d5 4. exd5 Qxd5 5. Nf3 e5 6. c4 Qe6 7. Bd3 e4 8. O-O
Qf6 9. Bxe4 Qxa1 10. Qb3 Qf6 11. Re1 Be7 12. axb4 Qf4 13. d4 Qc7 14. Bd5 Nf6
15. Bxf7+ Kxf7 16. c5+ Ke8 17. Nc3 Qd7 18. Ne5 Qe6 19. d5 Qf5 20. Nb5 Nbd7 21.
Nd3 Kf8 22. d6 Bd8 23. Nf4 Nxc5 24. bxc5 Ne4 25. c6 bxc6 26. Nd4 Nc5 27. Qa3
Qf7 28. Qxc5 Bd7 29. Nxc6 Bf6 30. Ne7 a5 31. Nfd5 Bh4 32. g3 Qf3 33. Qc7 Bh3
34. Nf4 Bf6 35. d7 Bxe7 36. Nxh3 Qf6 37. Ng5 g6 38. Rxe7 1-0


It Looks Like Black Lost the game without making any errors.
Just Couldnot Figure Out where Black Went Wrong.
  
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