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Zsuzsa Polgar vs Leonid Yudasin
SKA-Mephisto Tournament (1991), Munich GER, rd 1, May-??
Rubinstein Opening: Bogoljubow Defense (D05)  ·  1-0

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Jul-30-15
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  fredthebear: Leaving the White queen en prise with 25.exNf6 is a smart move, opening the e-file to expose Black's weak back rank. 30.Ne8! kicks in the door.
Apr-01-17
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  yiotta: <YouRang><A little observation: He had very different experiences with the Polgar sisters (at least according to this database)... Leonid Yudasin beat <Judit> Polgar 4 to 0, with 2 draws.

<Zsuzsa> Polgar beat Leonid Yudasin 4 to 0, with 1 draw> This is one of Zsuzsu's wins

Apr-17-18  Patzer Natmas: En prise, En Prise! (Instead of Encore, Encore!)
Apr-18-18  Nova: 30. Ne8! Is a nice dual threat of 31. Qf8# and 31. Qg7# Good recognition!
Feb-08-21  Zahodjakin: That was a serious beating.

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