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Miguel Najdorf vs Oscar Panno
First Piatigorsky Cup (1963), Los Angeles, CA USA, rd 1, Jul-02
Benoni Defense: King's Indian System (A56)  ·  1-0


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Feb-26-16  Resignation Trap: Photo taken at start of this game, clearly showing Herman Steiner's design:
Feb-26-16  falso contacto: Both very young. Thanks RT.
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  zanzibar: I think this must be the same photo, and the link is probably longer lasting:

Jul-07-16  sakredkow: Wow, that's a beautiful photo, particularly Najdorf.
Jul-07-16  sakredkow: In the game I thought it was particularly useful to see how White kept the kingside under wraps after the g- and h-pawns advanced.
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  Fusilli: <resignation trap> <zanzibar> Those links are dead. Is this the photo?

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  zanzibar: <Fusilli> Yes, I think it is. Here's the relocated version on HoF site:

(Gotta work a bit more on my stability predictions!)

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