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Oscar Panno vs Werner Hug
Petropolis Interzonal (1973), Petropolis BRA, rd 3, Jul-25
Indian Game: West Indian Defense (E61)  ·  1-0
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Kibitzer's Corner
Nov-09-03
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  Chessical: The centre pawns triumph over the K side flank attack. This is a real fighting game.

Hug played at the Petropolis Interzonal as the World Junior Champion.

13...f5! an uncompromising KI move.
18...exd2? loses to 19.exf8(Q)+ Nxf8 20.Rbd1

22..Bd7? loses, but 22...Bd6 would keep Black fighting 23.e8(Q) Nxe8 24.Rxe8 Kg7

Jan-05-06
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  Mateo: <Chessical> <22..Bd7? loses, but 22...Bd6 would keep Black fighting 23.e8(Q) Nxe8 24.Rxe8 Kg7> Yes, 24... Kg7 is the strongest (better than 24... Rb8 or 24... b6). I would even say that Black stands better. For instance, 25. Kf2 (with the idea Ke3-d2) Kf7 26. Rh8 h4 27. Ke3 Be5 28. Rh7 (what else?) Bg7 29. Kd2 Bf5 30. Rg7 Kg7. I think the all variation is quiet forced.
Jan-05-06  dakgootje: *has the odd feeling of wanting to hug a piano*

The names you see...'Hug' & 'Panno..so piano'.....

Yes I know....dont say it....DONT.... bad joke....worst so far...*sigh*....

Jan-05-06
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  Chnebelgrind: Both player were World Junior Chess Champions in their time. Panno 1953, Hug 1971. It's interesting which way World Junior Chess Champions made afterwards. Some became World Champions later (Spasski WJCH 1955,Karpov 1969, Kasparov 1980, Anand 1987), others are nearly unknown. http://encyclopedia.thefreedictiona...
Aug-06-14
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  Fusilli: <Chnebelgrind: Both player were World Junior Chess Champions in their time. Panno 1953, Hug 1971. It's interesting which way World Junior Chess Champions made afterwards. Some became World Champions later (...), others are nearly unknown.>

Indeed! Argentina had two other world junior champions. Carlos Bielicki didn't even make GM. Pablo Zarnicki did, but he is not as famous as Panno.

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