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Jozsef Horvath vs Susan Polgar
HUN (1981)
French Defense: Reversed Philidor Formation (C00)  ·  0-1

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Apr-07-07  chocobonbon: Horvath swapped knights with eyes wide shut. I missed it, too while wondering about Zsuzsa's Kingside pawn structure.
Oct-04-09  chillowack: Horvath may have been humiliated in this game, but he later became a champion of Susan Polgar, defending her (along with many others) against Dennis Monokroussos:

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Nov-30-16
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  fredthebear: 15.Nh6+ might just work out better for White to strip the pawn shield. It does in at least one line. Needs a deeper look.
Mar-06-19  Patzer Natmas: Great insight and seeing ahead for the great finish!

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