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Jaromir Florian vs Gabriel Wood
ENG-CSR (1947), London ENG, rd 1, Jun-14
Spanish Game: Open. Open Variation (C80)  ·  0-1

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Nov-25-05
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  tpstar: The Ruy Lopez Open with 6. Re1, where on 8. Nxe5 Black should interpose 8 ... Be6 and retreat the Nc5 to d7. One way White can force ... Ne6 is by 8. d4 instead, but Black still gets a reasonable game. After 11 ... f6 12. Nf3 I prefer 12 ... Rf7 so the Ne6 doesn't get pinned, although Black's Queenside is still hard to develop. Then 13. Na3!? Bxa3 13. bxz3 Qd5 14. Qb3 b5 and both sides got hit by an ugly stick. =)

arjo-tpstar (GameKnot 11/23/05) [Fritz 7]: 11.f4 f6 12. Nf3 [12. Nc4 f5 =] Rf7 13. Na3 Bxa3 14. bxa3 Qd5 15. Qb3 b5 16. Be3 Bd7 17. Rac1 Nd8 18. c4 bc 19. Qxc4 Be6 20. Nd2 Qh5 [20 ... Qxc4 21. Nxc4 Nb7 22. Nd2 =] 21. Qc2 Bd5 ["a sound move"] 22. Nb3 Nb7 23. Nc5 ["Praise the Knight!" lol] Nd6 24. Bf2 Qg4 25. Bg3 Nf5 26. Qd3 h5 27. Ne4 h4 28. h3 Qg6 29. Bh2? [29. Bf2!? Nd6 30. f5 Qxf5 31. Nc5 ] Nd6 [29 ... Re7 30. g4 Rae8 31. Nxf6+ Qxf6 32. Rxe7 Nxe7 33. Rb1 ] 30. Nxf6+? [30. f5 Nxf5 31. g4 ] Rxf6 31. Qxg6 Rxg6 32. Rc2 Nf5 33. Rd2 Nxd4! 34. Kf1 Nf5 and Black won (0-1).

Apr-12-06
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  tpstar: youvsyourself-tpstar (GameKnot 4/11/06) [Fritz 7]: 11. f4 f6 12. Nf3 [12. Nc4 f5 =] Rf7 [12 ... Qd5 13. Nh4 Bd6 14. f5 =] 13. a4 Qd5 14. c4 [14. Nh4 c5 15. f5 Nf8 =] Qxc4 [ ] 15. Nc3 Bb4 16. a5 Bxc3 [16 ... c5 17. d5 Nd4 ] 17. Ra4?? [17. bxc3 Nf8 18. Re8 =] Bb4 [ ] 18. Bd2 c5 0-1.
Apr-13-06  you vs yourself: A note on the above game.

When I played 13.a4, my intent was to play 14.Na3. But when I saw 13...Qd5, I was tempted to trap the queen rather than develop my pieces. I lost focus after I saw that the trap will not work after h5 or Bb4.

Then Ra4?? I saw c5 in my analysis, but then I figured dxc5 will win the bishop; but Bxc5 is a check! These tactics are so easy when I'm solving the puzzles, but in actual games I miss them:(

Apr-13-06  Luckyicekiller: Hey, TP, any chance you could play me on pogo.com in the chess section? Or via AIM by saying the moves? It would help me improve my game, I think
Apr-19-06  aazqua: This is a notable game??
It's a draw?!
Apr-19-06  aazqua: I take that back. It's a win for black
Jan-25-21
Premium Chessgames Member
  Honza Cervenka: I don't think that Tibor Florian could play in a match of Czechoslovakia with England. White was almost certainly Jaromir Florian

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