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Zsuzsa Polgar vs Joel Benjamin
Dortmund (1985), Dortmund FRG, rd 11, Sep-??
Mexican Defense: General (A50)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Oct-21-03  gorillaschnitzel: Sh...Judith was 9 at that time...!!!!
Oct-21-03  Whitehat1963: Nine? That's amazing. Maybe Judit was even more of a prodigy than Capablanca, Reshevsky and Morphy. Although I did read about a game in which Capablanca beat a master who gave him queen odds. Capablanca was not yet 5 years old!! I've never seen that game again. Don't remember the name of the book. Any truth to that? Thoughts out there?
Oct-22-03
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  Honza Cervenka: Chessgames.com, this is a game of Zsuzsa Polgar, not Judit.
Oct-01-05  gomickeylol: Oh. Now doesn't THAT take some of the fun out of it?
Oct-02-05
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  tamar: Not bad for a 16 year old either, if it was Zsuzsa. Joel Benjamin was 21 and over 2600 already.
Oct-02-05  DutchDunce: My guess would be Susan as well, since she is the only one of the Polgar sisters who plays 1.d4.
Mar-21-14  relikid: Ahhh.... The famous Black Knights Tango, Benjamin's specialty.
Mar-21-14
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  HeMateMe: Why is the game drawn? White is up material and seems to have beaten back the black attack.
Mar-21-14  Boomie: <HeMateMe: Why is the game drawn? White is up material and seems to have beaten back the black attack.>

Material is about even. R+P vs B+N. A guy rated 100 points higher than you offers a draw, you will probably take it unless you see something concrete.

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