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Tom Lux vs Donn Rogosin
63rd US Open (1962), San Antonio, TX USA, rd 7, Aug-20
Sicilian Defense: Venice Attack (B56)  ·  1-0

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Jun-24-15
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  yiotta: It's safe to say Black did something wrong, is this a refutation of 5...e5?
Jun-24-15
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  yiotta: Ragozin did a lot better against Fischer.
Jun-24-15
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  whiteshark: This is known as Donnination.
Jun-24-15  posoo: da poun for game of da day:

LUX AETERNA

Jun-24-15  posoo: or

et LUX PERPETUA luceat EIS

Mar-20-16  posoo: Posoo resubmits
Aug-05-21
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  Phony Benoni: After <19.Qa5>


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Don't lasugh too hard at 19...Kd7, self-trapping his queen. It may have been the best move.

By the way, Black was the son of Hyman Rogosin, who suffered through Marshall vs H Rogosin, 1940. So maybe we should call this <All In the Family>.

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