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Miguel A Quinteros vs Ivan Radulov
Siegen Olympiad Final-A (1970), Siegen FRG, rd 8, Sep-22
Catalan Opening: Closed. Traditional Variation (E09)  ·  0-1



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Nov-19-04  Whitehat1963: Nice crushing counter attack and forced finish from the player of the day.
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  suenteus po 147: What happens after 28.Qf1?
Nov-19-04  Whitehat1963: I had trouble with this one myself, but I think after 28. Qf1, you get 28...Bxg2+ 29. Qxg2 (forced), Qe1+ 30. Q blocks on f1 or g1 and is taken by the N or Q.
Nov-19-04  molinov: If 28.Qf1. tehn 28... Qxf1++.
Nov-19-04  molinov: tehn=then
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  suenteus po 147: <molinov> You know, it WOULD be that simple. I was having a bad day that day....
Nov-23-04  Whitehat1963: I wish I could say I was having a bad day. The truth is I was probably having a good day to see my line. I probably wouldn't have found the far simpler 28. Qf1, Qxf1++ over the board.
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  Honza Cervenka: Nice game. Black completed the mission successfully exactly "just in time".:-D
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  Richard Taylor: Great game by Radulov!
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  Fusilli: 18.Ba3? certainly violated Larsen's KAPP principle (Keep All Pieces Protected).
Mar-30-11  theodor: GM Ivan Radulov was our coach in the eng-arch-geo-hydro institute of Sofia. we played in Varna(1972) the national student's chempionship. GM Radulov was a civil engineer; he shared the hotel room with me and Tomov, also student of architecture. one evening I went home about 22 o'clock; Radulov were laying in his bed with a news paper in the hands. I offered him to play a chess game. he agreed, but continued to read the news paper, playing blindfold. three times he told me I should retreat, seconds after I told him my move - obviously, he were right! finally, I lost. I claimed a rematch - he agreed. in the midgame he felt asleep and I was obliged to awaken him to continue! after no more than ten seconds he told me his move and felt asleep again. then came Tomov(second chessboard, I was first reserve - over 5 boards). in a deep endgame, we finally won the totally asleep Radulov. I'm sure that this episode was crucial for my retiring from chess for the next 30 years! and I am back in the 'machine' era - what a nightmare!!!

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