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Bent Larsen vs Walter Shawn Browne
Las Palmas (1974), Las Palmas ESP, rd 12
Polish Opening: Baltic Defense (A00)  ·  1-0


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Dec-17-07  Resignation Trap: I was unaware until today that Larsen started a few games with 1.b4, and the present game is good.

However, he seems to have given it up after this disaster: Larsen vs Jo Garcia, 1976 .

Dec-17-07  Kangaroo: Compare with this one:
Larsen vs Spassky, 1964
Apr-11-09  WhiteRook48: seizing f7
Sep-20-10  Eduardo Bermudez: I like it !!
Jun-20-18  Bassifondi: 41...Qc1 42. Rf7+ Ke8 43. Bc6+ Kd8 44. Rd7+ Kc8 45. Bb7+ Kb8 46. Nc6+

41...Qc1 42. Rf7+ Ke8 43. Bc6+ Kd8 44. Rd7+ Ke8 45. Rd1+

41...Qc1 42. Rf7+ Kg8 43. Rc7+

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