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Anatolij Bannik vs Eduard Gufeld
Ukrainian Championship (1964), Kiev URS, rd 14
Spanish Game: Morphy Defense. Breyer Defense Zaitsev Hybrid (C95)  ·  1/2-1/2



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Jul-30-20  King.Arthur.Brazil: History: We played 3 games and 3 times I wan. However, in the really important game, me again with Black, I underestimated him and I made a big mistake in the opening lose already a ♗. I fought but could not recover the damage. Training is before, game is game! Hard lesson! This games remain here, to make me remember this and you too.

White: Eduardo Pinto Nogueira
Training Match - for Juvenil Championship - game 1 (1974)

8. h3 ♘b8 9. c3 O-O 10. d4 ♘bd7 11. c4 c5 12. d5 bxc4 13. ♗xc4 ♘b6 14. ♗d3 c4 15. ♗c2 a5 16. ♗e3 ♘fd7 17. ♘bd2 ♗a6 18. ♘f1 ♖c8 19. ♗d2 ♖c5 20. ♘g3 g6 21. ♖e3 f5 22. ♖a3 f4 23. ♘e2 ♘a8 24. ♕e1 ♕b6 25. ♖b1 ♗d8 26. ♘c3 ♕c7 27. ♗a4 ♘ab6 28. ♗c6 ♘b8 29. ♘a4 ♘xa4 30. ♗xa4 ♖f7 31. ♗e8 ♖e7 32. ♗a4 ♕b6 33. ♘g5 ♗c8 34. ♗d1 h6 35. ♘f3 ♘a6 36. ♗e2 ♘b4 37. ♕d1 ♗a6 38. ♗e1 ♖b7 39. ♘h2 ♘d3 40. ♗xd3 cxd3 41. ♗c3 ♔h7* 42. ♘f3 ♕a7 43. ♘e1 ♖c4 44. ♕xd3 ♗h4 45. ♕c2 ♖xe4 46. ♕xe4 ♕xf2+ (check mate in two: 47. ♔h2 ♗g3+ 48. ♔h1 ♕f1# or 47. ♔h1 ♕f1+ 48. ♔h2 ♗g3#).


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