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Stefan Capak vs Teodor Mikus
SVK-chT3B 9900 (1999)  ·  Slav Defense: Three Knights Variation (D15)  ·  1-0
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Kibitzer's Corner
Dec-03-06
Premium Chessgames Member
  cu8sfan: Interesting endgame but what makes this game special is the fact that its game-ID is 1234567.
Feb-07-08  D.Observer: White lost his last hope: his passed P. Also interesting with the game ID of 1234567.
Dec-15-08  eightbyeight: Do you think this game might be featured in the holiday present hunt? With a clue "consecutive", for example?
Jan-04-09  eightbyeight: Apparently not.
Jan-04-09  faulenzer: Doesn't 19. ...Na7 just win a piece?
Jan-05-09  eightbyeight: No it doesn't, faulenzer. After 20. Ba4 b5 21. Bb3 White's bishop is safe. Correct me if I'm wrong.
Jan-06-09  sneaky pete: The bishop may be safe, but not the knight.
Jan-06-09  eightbyeight: Thanks, sneaky pete! Could you also tell me why White didn't play 50. Rxg8?
Jan-07-09  sneaky pete: Probably because he knew bishops can move backward.
Jan-09-09  eightbyeight: Well, give me a break! It can be tough to spot long moves, and moreover, after 50. Rxg8 Bxg8 White should win in the two bishops vs. bishop and knight ending.
Dec-13-09  JaneEyre: This was ridiculously easy. I must have been late by seconds!
Dec-13-09
Premium Chessgames Member
  sleepyirv: Guessing I was seconds late, congrats NakoSonorense!
Dec-13-09  The Famous Chess Cat: Yes, >eightbyeight< This game was in the clue hunt. The clue- "All good children go to heaven"
Dec-13-09
Premium Chessgames Member
  OhioChessFan: Dec. 15 2008 <eightbyeight: Do you think this game might be featured in the holiday present hunt? With a clue "consecutive", for example? >

He should get a month free for calling the shot.

May-06-10  eightbyeight: Thanks for the thought, OhioChessFan, but they didn't send any free months my way. If only.
Dec-09-11  Penguincw: Lol. <1234567> Interesting ID.
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