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Michael Rohde vs Yasser Seirawan
US Junior Championship (1976), Memphis, TN USA, rd 4
Scandinavian Defense: Main Lines (B01)  ·  1-0

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Mar-24-08  panzerkampf: very exciting game
May-16-10
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  James Demery: Yaz lost with the Scandalnavian.
Jun-07-10  Everett: James posts at chessgames.com
Aug-23-10
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  James Demery: LOL Everett! James also loses with the Scandanavian as well as other respectable openings.
Mar-10-16  fispok: What a final deflection.
Mar-10-16
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  beatgiant: And a nice skewer finish too: 58...Ke3 59. Qe5+ Be4 <60. Qe4+> Rxe4 61. fxe4 g5. White pushes and queens the b-pawn, Black pushes and queens the g-pawn, and finally White has <Qb6+> coming out a queen up.

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