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Klaus Junge vs Hans Kranki
GER-ch (1941), Bad Oeynhausen GER, rd 7, Aug-??
Sicilian Defense: Chameleon (B20)  ·  1-0



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May-30-08  lost in space: White was not able to get anything out of the opening. Junge played very passively and Black got a small advantage round about move 23.

I have no idea why White don't move the pawn in move 24 directly to b4.

From move 25 onwards Junge managed to get pressure on the b-file without allowing Black to get something equivalent. After winning the b-pawn White's win is easy.

For my taste are not very intersting game from Junge.

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  GrahamClayton: A rather poignant game, as both of these players would lose their lives serving in the Wehrmacht during World War 2.

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