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Janos Flesch vs Hrumo
Blindfold simul, 52b (1960), Budapest HUN, Oct-16
King's Gambit: Accepted. Rosentreter-Testa Gambit (C37)  ·  1-0


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May-22-04  pogo5: played in a blindfold simul against 52 opponents...
May-22-04  Tigran Petrosian: I think Flesch broke a record for this. But some people think that the record does not count because he was allowed to have the game scores read back to him when the game was in progress.
Dec-01-08  paladin at large: Black discovered that he had so beaten his position with the ugly stick that he only divulged one part of his name, or managed to eradicate the other part from the record before he escaped the building.
Jan-12-09  YoungEd: The ♘ check on move 10 kills black. Perhaps moving his own e7 ♘ to c6 or g6 would have held out longer.
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  GrahamClayton: It is interesting to note that despite being a piece down, Flesch improves his position by exchanges, before paralysing the Black position with 14.e5.
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