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Georges Koltanowski vs Adrian Garcia Conde
Margate (1936), it, rd 9
Slav Defense: Exchange. Schallopp Variation (D12)  ·  1-0
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May-26-08  prinsallan: Bravo! Nice ending here. And before that some nice squeezing moves in the mid-game.
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