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Michael John Basman vs Sinisa Joksic
Biel (11) (1979)
Grob Opening: General (A00)  ·  1-0
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May-18-04  Queen killer: What a mate!
Jul-13-10  Dimitrije Mandic: That's a fantastic mating net! I just love it when it's achieved without a Queen!
Jul-13-10  scormus: A truly Basmanesque finish from one of the great chess wizards. Recalling NN vs. Blackburne, POTD yesterday, I suppose he could have announced # in 4 after 36 ... Ke7. Maybe they no longer did that in 1979.

Curiously, the opening was positively orthodox ... well, in comparison to some of his games that is ;-)

<Once> I hope you appreciate the 2 N's side by side in the centre.

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