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Robert Hess vs John Fedorowicz
Marshall Chess Club Championship (2003), New York, NY USA, rd 9, Dec-15
Sicilian Defense: Grand Prix Attack (B23)  ·  0-1



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Oct-05-04  Rowson: Look everyone i found a Nazi War criminal... (did i cross the line... i think i crossed the line)
Oct-05-04  DanielBryant: There was a Robert Hess too?
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  Bishoprick: Case of mistaken identity. You mean Rudolph Hess, not Robert.
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  HeMateMe: Perhaps it was a correspondence game, from Spandau prison?
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  diceman: He's the "Big Oil" Hess.
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  Gilmoy: Black's KN takes a bizarre tour of the rim, yet every outpost somehow looks more dangerous than its last one. I bet Fedorowicz played <6..Nf6!!> just to provoke White's <7.e5?>, with overextended pawns ripe for the wing attack. Given that Black plays ..d5 to equalize in Sicilian (and Ruy), <12..d4> is at least a fish scale on the epiglottis.

Maybe 27.Nb3 Bb5 28.Rxa3 bxa3 29.Nc3.

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