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Brichinova vs Alexandrova
Pernik (Bulgaria) (1979)
Polish Opening: Outflank Variation (A00)  ·  0-1
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May-27-03  Hinchliffe: That terribly familiar rush of blood.....than splat. Has any half decent player ever drawn let along won with this opening?
May-27-03
Premium Chessgames Member
  Calli: Bent Larsen Larsen vs Browne, 1975
May-27-03  Hinchliffe: Thanks Calli it was a great game to play through. Larsen was a marvellous player.
Jun-18-04  PinkPanther: What terribly familiar rush of blood?
Jun-18-04  dac1990: My chess teacher Isay Golyak professes in this opening.
Feb-16-05  schnarre: An example that greed doesn't pay.
Nov-27-05  Chopin: <Schnarre: An example that greed doesn't pay. > He committed one of the seven deadly sins.
Jan-11-06  schnarre: Quite so!
Mar-28-06  crptone: Hilarious game!
Anyone also find "outflank variation" humorous?
May-07-06  Mountainman1: My opponent played the Polish Op. on a Chess-site. This happened:

b4 e5 a3 d5 c3 Nf6 f3 b6 g4 Ne4 f takes e4 Qh4#.

If he hadnt taken the Knight, I thought it would be a good place for it to put pressure on his King-side. I guess I was right.

Sep-12-07  PinnedPiece: If the date on the game is accurate, black was not yet two years old when this game was played (b. 1978).
May-14-09  WhiteRook48: 6 Bxg7???
Dec-08-09  Halfpricemidge: Wouldn't it be a mistake to move the Queen on the 2nd move-if playing against a stronger player/formidable apponent?
May-08-10  Wyatt Gwyon: I did this with black on yahoo one time. Very satisfying. I guess. lol.
Jun-15-15  Dr Esenville: Maria Brichinova vs. Elka Alexandrova
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