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Antti Lehtinen vs Tuomas Simola
"Leht It In" (game of the day Mar-30-2010)
FIN-ch U18 (1995), Vammala FIN
Sicilian Defense: Closed. Fianchetto Variation (B24)  ·  1-0


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  Richard Taylor: Here is game I found that was played between two insane Hungarian players...

[Site "Budapest"]
[Date "????.03.30"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Gata Poolouzki"]
[Black "Kaeekl Koomnoppa"]
[Result "*"]

1. Nf3 Nf6 2. Nh4 Na6 3. Na3 Nh5 4. Nc4 Nc5 5. Ne5 Ne4 6. Nf5 Nf4 7. Nc6 Nc3 8. Nh6 Nh3 9. Ng8 Ng1 10. Nb8 Nb1 11. Na6 Na3 12. Nh6 Nh3 13. Ng4 Ng5 14. Nb4 Nb5 15. Nd5 Nd4 16. Ne5 Ne4 17. Ng4 Ng5 18. Nb4 Nb5 19. Nc6 Nc3 20. Nge5 Nge4 21. Nd4 Nd5 22. Ne6 Ne3 23. Ng4 Nc4 24. Nc5 Ng5 25. Na4 Na5 26. Nb6 Nb3 27. Nc4 Nc5 28. Nge5 Nge4 29. Ne3 Ne6 30. Nd5 Nd4 31. Nb4 Nb5 32. Nbc6 Nbc3 33. Nd4 Nd5 34. Nef3 Ndc3 35. Nf5 Nc5 36. Ng5 Nb5 37. Ne6 Nd6 38. Ng5 Nb5 39. Nh4 Na4 40. Nh3 Na3 41. Ng1 Nb1 42. Ng6 Nb6 43. Ne5 Nd5 44. Nc6 Nf6 45. Nb8 Ng8 46. Nh3 Na3 47. Nc6 Nh6 48. Nf4 Ng4 49. Nd4 Nb5 50. Nf5 Ne5 51. Nd5 Nd4 52. Nfe3 Nf5 53. Nc4 Ng4 54. Na5 Ne5 55. Nc3 Ng6 56. Nb5 Nf4 57. Na3 Nh5 58. Nb5 Nfg3 59. Nd4 Ne4 60. Nb5 Ng5 61. Nc6 Nf4 62. Ncd4 Ne4 63. Nc3 Nd5 64. Ncb5 Nf4 65. Nf5 Nf6 66. Nfd4 N4d5 67. Nc3 Ne4 68. Ncb5 Nf4 69. Na3 Nh3 70. Nab5 Nf4 71. Nc3 Ng6 72. Nd5 Ne5 73. Nb6 Ng3 74. Nb3 Ng6 75. Nd5 Ne4 76. Nd4 Ne5 77. Nb4 Ng5 78. Nb5 Ng4 79. Nd5 Ne4 80. Nd4 Ne5 81. Nb6 Ng3 82. Nb3 Ng6 83. Na4 Nh5 84. Na5 Nh4 85. Nc5 Nf4 86. Ne4 Nf5 87. Nc4 Nd4 88. Nc5 Nd5 89. Ne5 Ne3 90. Ne4 Nd5 91. Nc5 Nc6 92. Nf3 Ndb4 93. Na4 Na6 94. Nb6 Ncb8 95. Ng1 Nc5 96. Nh3 Nb3 97. Ng5 Nc6 98. Ne4 Nca5 99. Nc5 Nd4 100. Nca4 Nab3 101. Nc4 Nb5 102. Na5 Na3 103. Nc4 Nd4 104. Ne3 Nb3 105. Nc3 Nc5 106. Ncd5 Ne4 107. Nc4 Nb5 108. Ne5 Nd4

Mar-30-10  ounos: I would play 5. ...d5. -"Hey! We had a deal!" -"We had a 'deal'? Arbiter!!!"
Mar-30-10  bengalcat47: Considering how this games started, this is what happens when the horses start eating locoweed! lol
Mar-30-10  marwanredman123: 10 moves without meaning, strange , Is it heating?
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  whiteshark: Let it go at that!
Mar-30-10  Hortensius: Great way to gain time
Mar-30-10  ounos: By the way, surprizingly the game's opening is correctly categorized. Huh!?
Mar-30-10  drpoundsign: how is THIS the Sicilian?! It looks like the "Dancing Drunken Knights!"
Mar-30-10  atakantmac: it teaches you how to change your knights' place
Mar-30-10  atakantmac: how did white miss Qg7#
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  kevin86: Is there a waltz in chess? I this game there was (or was it a tangle?).
Mar-30-10  swordfish: What earthly point is there in playing like this in a serious tournament (in an offhand game, sure)?
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  Once: Wouldn't life be unbearably dull if everything had to be serious? This was a bit of fun, a whimsy, a joke, a little emoticon on a wooden battlefield.

And why not? As long as they don't make a habit of it....

Mar-30-10  Intrepid Spiff: What the ?!
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  Annie K.: <Once> Lehtinen had two of these games, actually :)

A Lehtinen vs J Sietio, 1996

User: AnttiLehtinen, probably the real player, explained the story behind this game back on page 1.

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  Richard Taylor: <swordfish: What earthly point is there in playing like this in a serious tournament (in an offhand game, sure)?>

Humourless twit - have you got dead owl stuffed up your rear end?

Mar-30-10  MarbleSkull: I think black's first big mistake is 5. ...Nd5? Much better was 5. ...Nc6. Could someone run that through Rybka for me?
Aug-13-10  cuppajoe: A question on a fine point of the rules: if they had played the first ten moves again would that be a draw by threefold repetition (the opening position having appeared thrice in the game) or does that not count because the KKt and QKt have switched places?
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  alexmagnus: It would be threefold repetition.
Aug-02-11  atarw: i bet this game was fixed, same with the hungarian players game. what other logical explanation is there?
Aug-18-15  prithvimothi: Hahahahaha
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  beenthere240: There's a simple explanation for the first 10 moves. The knights had started out on the wrong squares! It was essential for the King-side knight to move to b1 and the Queen-side knight to move to g1 (and the same for the black knights). Once this was accomplished, the game could begin in earnest.
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  morfishine: Somebody should've haltered this game.
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  morfishine: If an opponent tried this against me, I'd bridle with anger.
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  ChessHigherCat: you would shout yourself horse!
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