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Jan Timman vs Jan M Greben
Amsterdam IBM III (1967), Amsterdam NED, rd 7
King's Indian Defense: Saemisch Variation (E80)  ·  0-1
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Apr-22-08  Chuckles: From Tim Krabbe's chess diary:
http://www.xs4all.nl/~timkr/chess2/...

Instead of 28.♖h4, White had the option of 28.♕d2!. This clears the third rank and puts the queens on the same diagonal, so 28...♗xf4 is met by 29.♖h3!.

This seems very strong, but Black has 28...♗d3!!, interfering along both the rank and file.

Apr-26-08
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  OhioChessFan: I just came from there, <Chuckles> Krabbe' even linked chessgames.com. He's a nice fellow, and was pleasant in some correspondence we had when I unsuccessfully tried to get him to give some pub to the Nickel game.
Oct-03-08
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  whiteshark: A bit lately, but I just came from there, too.

As the latest entry is dated <382. 14 July 2008>, I'm wondering what has happened there?

Jan-20-10  newzild: I also came from Krabbe's website. I yawned my way through the first 22 moves - but then the game really got interesting. A cracker!
Jan-20-10  Starf1re: he overlooked the check that accompanied 28
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