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Paul Mross vs Carl Johan Margot Carls
Cracow/Warsaw POL (1941)  ·  Sicilian Defense: Dragon. Classical Variation (B73)  ·  1-0
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Kibitzer's Corner
Mar-03-04  731: And b6 is an error here for black due to white's fatal next move which is... ?
Mar-03-04  CapAnson: Well wartime poland.. maybe they got interrupted..
Oct-11-05  khense: Looks like white stands better - with the queenside pawn majority & better placed pieces. Possibly black wasn't up for a hard day's work for minimum wage (1/2 point). However CapAnson's explanation is plausible.
Jan-15-06  MathijsJanssen: Perhaps the result is wrong. It's possible, even quite likely, considering the position, that the players agreed a draw. Khense's remark that white stands better because his pieces are better placed seems nonsensical to me. The open file can not be kept after Rc7 and Rd7. The advantage of the queenside majority is rather theoretical.
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