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Wisuwat Teerapabpaisit vs Sulaiman Hj Mohd Nor
1st Asean Open (2001), Bandar Seri Begawan BRU, rd 4, Jul-31
French Defense: Tarrasch. Closed Variation (C05)  ·  1-0

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Sep-29-05  ZeroVektor: This must be a blitz game. Both players played terribly.
Sep-29-05
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  BishopBerkeley: A short game with a very long name!
Sep-29-05  Larsker: Suleiman needs a new theerapabpaisit.
Sep-29-05
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  technical draw: You're right Larsker. Suleiman probably lost because he was in a bad Mohd.
Sep-29-05  delterp: Other than the two good puns above, this game totally blows. Looks like it was played by my cat. It deserves more question marks than the Riddler's costume from Batman.
Aug-25-09  Ragh: What a masterpiece! A gem of a game.
Aug-25-09  vonKrolock: Yes, terrific -and not only from Black's side...

<22.♕h3??? <<<Resigns>>> ????>

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Black could play 22...♕xc1+ 23.♔e2 ♕d1+ 24.♔e3 ♕e1+! 25.♗e2 (otherwise mate in two after 25.♔f3 - or ♔f4 - ♕e4+ 26. ♔g3 f5-f4 mate) 25...♕xc3+ etc and Black is winning !!

Aug-25-09  WhiteRook48: what is wrong with playing 22 Bxh6 gxh6 23 Nxa8 ???
Sep-19-09  Alexwlh: what a bad example of a game arising from the french defence
Jul-20-10  apexin: They must have been juniors, like 6-7 years old.
Sep-24-10  kkkeeek: Should be incorrect record, I think. The real play should be 22. BxQh6 and then black resigned.

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