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Laszlo Barczay vs Viktor Korchnoi
Sousse Interzonal (1967)  ·  Nimzo-Indian Defense: Normal Variation. Bernstein Defense (E59)  ·  0-1
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Kibitzer's Corner
Jan-01-03  GregorMendel: Wait...I don't understand why White resigned here.
Jan-01-03
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  Sneaky: Well he's a pawn down in a bad position--my guess is he probably didn't have the stomache to see ...Rd2 be played.
Jan-01-03  PVS: KNIGHTMARES

Barcza was famous for his knight play. There is classic against Soos from the 1962 Olympiad which appears not to be in the database.

Jan-03-03
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  Honza Cervenka: PVS, you are right that the game Barcza - Soos from Olympiad in Varna 1962 is not yet in the database. Nevertheless that game was not played by Laszlo Barczay, but Gedeon Barcza.
Jan-03-03  PVS: Thanks for the correction. I never knew there was a Laszlo Barcza. I read too quickly and assumed that it was Gedeon. Is Laszlo is relative? Another great Gedeon Barcza game involving knight moves came against Saharov at Sochi in 1966.
Jan-03-03
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  Honza Cervenka: I am afraid that the player's surname is incorrect in this case. It is Laszlo Barczay, not Barcza.
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Round 19, Game 206
from Sousse Interzonal, 1967 by Resignation Trap


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