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Julian M Hodgson vs Zsuzsa Polgar
EUR-chT (Men) 9th (1989), Haifa ISR, rd 5, Nov-??
Trompowsky Attack: Classical Defense. Big Center Variation (A45)  ·  1-0

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Apr-13-04  notyetagm: An excellent tactical demolition of an uncastled king. This game can be found in Dr.Nunn's book "101 Brilliant Chess Miniatures".
Mar-25-10  TheScroobiousPip: This is just nasty.
Dec-05-12  quickturtle: Brutal win by Hodgson.... Sofia must have been in a daze.
Nov-14-13  Wyatt Gwyon: Guess that's why I'll never be a cold blooded attacking player: 14. Ndb5 would not have even shown up on my radar. Friz 13 gives 14. g3 and has the position at about .50, but if you force it to chew on Hodgson's move, the eval climbs steadily up to a pawn and a half advantage. Pretty brilliant move.

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