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Moves :   Kxf7       (back)


Position after : Nxf7 ,   last edited by   Alex Savu   (1350)
[2009 August 26]


The "Fried Liver" or "Fegatello" attack. By sacrificing his knight on f7, white causes the knight on d5 to become pinned. The next few moves revolve around exploiting this pin (for white) or defending the material advantage (for black). - Alex Savu
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Contributors : Adrian Tan, Alex Savu



[ECO "C57"] [Opening "Two knights defense"] [Variation "Fegatello attack"]


Kxf7 : 19 games, White ELO av : 1536, Black ELO av : 1419
    1-0 : 55.6%  ,   1/2-1/2 : 5.6%  ,   0-1 : 38.9%



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