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Jan Votava vs Pavel Vavra
Czech Team Championship (2006), Czech Rep CZE, rd 11, Mar-26
Hungarian Opening: General (A00)  ·  1-0



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  kasp: What?????????
May-13-06  knightfly: Maybe black didn't turn up. For another exciting game in the same vein see Fischer vs Panno, 1970.
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  Benzol: Maybe someone kicked out the plug by accident.
May-13-06  knightfly: Even more scintillating is Janosevic vs Geller, 1968
Sep-05-06  hidude: g3!!! omg!
Dec-22-06  the knight5: Interesting... At first, I didn't understand the resignation here, but after a further in -deepth analyisis, I noticed that it would have been a forced mate in 26. You see, after white does 24.Nf5 Ne5, 25. Bf6, blacks only option would be 25..NxN. After this, 26. Qh6 black would have no other alternative but to resign. Do the analysis yourself.
Apr-23-09  Gurch: <the knight5> nonsense, that position is easily avoided by 1...g6!!

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