Posted by Charles Gelman on October 20, 1997 at 00:50:51:
In Reply to: Re: Re: Oh yeah, I posted game 6 posted by Jeffy Ashton on October 19, 1997 at 23:22:44:
It seems to me that you have nothing to fear after
1. Bxd6 Nb6 because you can simply play 2. c5, and
he would then counter with Nc4. But, then you have
an intricate comibination you could try with 3.e5
Nxe5 4. Bxe5 Bxe5 and then you have 5. Nxc6! Qxd1
6. Raxd1 bxc6 7. Bxc6 when you are forking his rooks.
The only way for him to try and get out is to move
his bishop from c8, guarding one of the rooks. But,
then you just take the rook on a8, and when he
recaptures his Bishop on e5 is left hanging.
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