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Laszlo Szabo vs Theo Daniel van Scheltinga
Hilversum Zonal (1947), Hilversum NED, rd 13, Jul-31
Italian Game: Classical. Closed Variation (C53)  ·  1-0
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May-31-06  themadhair: This game was included in the first edition of the book 'The Right Way To Play Chess'. They left it out of the later reprints. WHY??????????????????
May-31-06
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  Petrocephalon: Thanks for drawing attention to this game, which is new to me. Full of 'cute' moves, such as 20.Bxb5 & 27.Rxc7.
May-31-06  themadhair: <Petrocephalon>If you have any other suggestions for my unknowns collection then I'd be glad to hear of them.
May-31-06
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  Petrocephalon: <themadhair> No, but I do know of another user's collection of unknown gems: Game Collection: Brilliances By "Unknowns"
May-31-06  themadhair: Thanks - I think I'll be able to use some of these games. Thanks again.
Mar-21-09  WhiteRook48: Szabo is better than I thought
Feb-05-16
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  ToTheDeath: Cool game. Black errs and falls under a whirlwind attack with blow after blow.
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