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Vlastimil Jansa vs Robert Huebner
Athens Zonal (1969), Athens GRE, rd 3, Oct-03
French Defense: King's Indian Attack (C00)  ·  0-1
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Dec-14-04  kostich in time: Well, well, well. I was unfamiliar with this Huebner game. This is really sharp chess. I am surprised to see Huebner leave so many pieces en prise, all to pursue an attack, and culminate it all with a pretty good queen sac.
Aug-17-08
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  whiteshark: <kostich in time> Where in the world are you?
Mar-18-15  fispok: That Queen sac ended up trapping the DSB, pretty cleverly. The last move didn't make any sense until I realized what his plan was.
Jul-22-17
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  yiotta: The opening approach to dealing with the King's Indian Attack was not new, but Huebner took it to a new level with spectacular tactical fireworks, beginning with the undermining of the support for c5, what a game!
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