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Judit Polgar vs Isabelle Kientzler-Guerlain
Rio (1986)
Sicilian Defense: Najdorf Variation (B90)  ·  1-0
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Mar-03-05  DCHALL: What does the GM next to Ms. Polgar's name mean?
Mar-03-05  flamboyant: Mean Grand Master, which mean that shes in the best players on earth
Nov-25-06  balokrop: 32.Bxh7! Kh8 33.Rxf8 Bxf8 34.Bf5+ Kg8 35.Nf6 Kf7 36.Rh7+! Kxf6 37.Rxg7 Kxf6 38.Rxc7
Jun-22-07  waves00: When White plays 12. Bd5, it's obvious that Black has made a mistake somewhere in the opening -- his light-square bishop can't be fianchettoed. And look at how passive Black's pieces are after the 18th move! But where exactly did Black go wrong?
Mar-20-09  brucejavier: wow what a game from polgar
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