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Paul Keres vs Hans Platz
Budapest (1952), Budapest HUN, rd 1, Mar-03
Catalan Opening: Open Defense. Alekhine Variation (E03)  ·  1-0

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Aug-19-15  zydeco: Old-fashioned punishment for keeping the king in the center. Obviously, black needed to develop his bishop and castle before stealing pawns.

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