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Emil Szalanczy vs Alfred Wallner
Budapest (1982), Budapest HUN
Sicilian Defense: Classical Variation. General (B56)  ·  1-0
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Jan-15-06  syracrophy: In this position, I would have preferred to say that is mate that be forced to capture the knight with the pawn that protects the queen from being captured by the bishop :P, but there's no other way to evade the check jajaja :P xD
Mar-18-06
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  McCool: 7. ..f6 Is more ideal for black.
Jul-26-10  TheBish: This game would be a good Daily Puzzle for Wednesday: White to play (9.?) - 9. Nb5! is crushing.
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