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Marcel Duchamp vs Kosta Rozic
Paris Unofficial Olympiad (1924), Paris FRA, rd 3, Jul-??
English Opening: Anglo-Indian Defense. Old Indian Formation (A15)  ·  1-0

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Nov-16-15
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  Domdaniel: Rozic leaves a piece hanging, just like that. Which suggests to me -- sorry, Marcel -- that a B tournament in 1924 was roughly equivalent to a Z tournament today.
Nov-16-15
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  Gregor Samsa Mendel: Info on his player page indicates that the guy was champion of Zagreb and drew Alekhine in a simul, so maybe this blunder was just a brain fart and not a commonplace occurrence. Even master-level players blunder now and then.
Nov-16-15
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  drleper: <Domdaniel: Rozic leaves a piece hanging, just like that. Which suggests to me -- sorry, Marcel -- that a B tournament in 1924 was roughly equivalent to a Z tournament today.>

Hm I guess you're right, since these (Reshevsky vs Savon, 1973) shocking (Carlsen vs M Gagunashvili, 2006) blunders (Bacrot vs E Inarkiev, 2008) only (Karpov vs Sadler, 1998) happened (Petrosian vs Bronstein, 1956) to (Lahno vs Areshchenko, 2003) the (K Urban vs Naiditsch, 2007) old (Deep Fritz vs Kramnik, 2006) B-graders (P H Nielsen vs Karjakin, 2005) of (Motylev vs Carlsen, 2007) the (Stripunsky vs Onischuk, 2012) past (Mamedyarov vs S Zagrebelny, 2004) :P

Ok, Carlsen's was blitz and Karpov was blindfold, but still, it does happen!

Nov-16-15  TheFocus: <drieper> That was one of the best posts of the year!
Nov-17-15
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  Domdaniel: <drleper> Yes, excellent. I concede the point, and will slink off to play in a Z tournament.
Nov-24-15
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  drleper: <Domdaniel: <drleper> Yes, excellent. I concede the point, and will slink off to play in a Z tournament.>

I'll probably see you there :P

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