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Bernard Zuckerman vs Duncan Suttles
USA-ch (1965), New York, rd 4, Dec-17
Modern Defense: Standard Defense (B06)  ·  1-0



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Sep-08-07  lentil: umm.. that's not check; it's mate! and a wild one at that!
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  IMlday: 9.a3 is a typo for 9.a4.
Jun-02-11  Lutwidge: What a fun game.
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  Domdaniel: <IMlday> - < 9.a3 is a typo for 9.a4.> Makes sense. I'd wondered about that a3 pawn. Presumably Black's 30th is ...Nbxa4.

The cage around Suttles' King after 30.Nc6 is beautiful.

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  Domdaniel: 9.a3 is also found in the Chessbase/Fritz db, but it's clearly wrong. The sequence 9.a4 b4 10.Nd1 a5 makes sense: with 9.a3, it's absurd. And with a3, both players apparently ignore many chances to take a pawn on a3/b4.
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  FSR: Very cool game.
Jun-12-12  Shams: Zuckerman Unbound
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Aug-31-13  docbenway: I've played over hundreds of games in the BO6 line (Adams!) and am amazed how varied the games can be. Another one in the Bent Larsen vein-"All white's pieces are attacking."

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