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Stefan Djuric vs Gyula Sax
Australian Open (1986/87), Adelaide AUS, rd 5, Jan-02
Tarrasch Defense: Symmetrical Variation (D32)  ·  1-0

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Jun-19-14  optimal play: Djuric and Sax were tied with perfect scores of 4/4 going into their fifth round game of the 11-round Adsteam-Lidums International Chess Tournament being played in Adelaide.

Apparently under time pressure, Sax faltered from 27...Qc7 onward.

30.Nxf7! put Djuric in a winning position and although Sax was timed-out before he could make his 38th move it is clear that Djuric had the game well in hand.

This win now put Djuric in the lead with 5/5 however he stumbled in the next round, suffering a defeat to Ian Rogers and again in round 10 to Eric Lobron.

Sax on the other hand won all his remaining games, finishing clear 1st on 10/11 while Djuric had to settle for equal 2nd (with Carlos Garcia Palermo) on 9/11

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