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Laszlo Szabo vs Willem Jan Muhring
Zaanstreek (1946), Zaandam NED, rd 7, Jun-10
Italian Game: Scotch Gambit. Anderssen Attack (C56)  ·  1-0
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Dec-02-04  kostich in time: This is a great game, which shows how sharply Szabo could play at his best..After Bf6!!,he just keeps piling on the threats.
Sep-25-09
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  Benzol: A wonderful attacking game by Szabo. His Bishop which could have been taken on eight consecutive turns survives to help deliver the final attack.
Apr-18-18
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  fredthebear: 11.Bf6! This game is a classic. FTB has solved this mating position in Reinfeld's puzzle book a few times.
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