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Georges Koltanowski vs Furst
Simul blind 1/56 (1960), San Francisco, CA USA, Dec-04
Italian Game: Deutz Gambit (C55)  ·  1-0
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Feb-17-04  Gurch: 7...Rf8, perhaps?
Apr-15-05  aw1988: Rf8 Qxe4
Nov-10-06  WarmasterKron: Kolty's opponent would later go on to play a simul of his own, in which he drew every game. It's said he was Furst among equals.

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I'll get my coat.

Dec-28-08  YoungEd: I wonder if this is the same E.A. Furst who self-published a series of "Chess Artistry" books. They were essentially puzzle books; I had a couple, and they weren't bad.
Dec-28-08
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  whiteshark: Ccounter-intuitively, Furst didn't play the blind-simultan.
Dec-28-08
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  whiteshark: He doesn't know the Furst thing.
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  whiteshark: Furst quality games only.
Sep-30-12  billyhan: The game's illegal if Black was Furst.
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