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Tjio vs R Verheij
Eindhoven (1978)
Indian Game: Budapest Defense (A51)  ·  0-1
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Jul-14-05  Autoreparaturwerkbau: Oh my god - did you see that?? That is the perfect game for all those "opening traps" colllections.
Aug-25-05  dac1990: Oh my yes. This one of the most hilarious miniatures I've seen.
Aug-25-05  EmperorAtahualpa: It's not really such an amazing trap. White should simply have played 6.e3!
Apr-11-15  sreeskamp: After 6e3 the simple Kxg5 follows winning a piece and the game
Apr-11-15
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  perfidious: Wonder whether White was old friend Tek Tjio, who got to play Alekhine in a simultaneous display in the Netherlands in his youth and played tournaments in the early years (1972-75) of the chess club in Burlington, Vermont. Tek liked to play 1....a6 in response to either e4 or d4, an opening he called 'The Mosquito'. Nice man and a trappy player, capable of producing interesting tactical games.
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