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Andrew Karklins vs Maxim Dlugy
Reykjavik Open (1986), Reykjavik ISL, rd 1, Feb-11
Caro-Kann Defense: Karpov Variation (B17)  ·  1-0

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Nov-12-17
Premium Chessgames Member
  FSR: 11.Ba5! is an unusual queen trap that must have shocked Dlugy.
Nov-13-17  tjipa: Yo, a nice queen trap indeed! I wonder how Karklins is doing these days. I just googled out of curiosity and learned that his legendary father has recently passed away at the age of 102. http://www.il-chess.org/history/114...
Nov-13-17
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  FSR: tjipa - not great. He is legally blind and impoverished. But he's still playing chess.
Nov-14-17  Howard: Didn't I see him playing at the Chicago Open 2-3 years ago?
Nov-14-17
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  FSR: Howard - quite possibly. If you go to the USCF website, you can see what tournaments he's played in.
Dec-13-20
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  Everett: < FSR: tjipa - not great. He is legally blind and impoverished. But he's still playing chess.>

The fate of most of the chess-playing world in these times, it seems

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