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Gedeon Barcza vs Pal Benko
Hungarian Championship (1946), Hungary
Nimzowitsch-Larsen Attack: General (A06)  ·  0-1


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Oct-27-09  Aptenodytis: What happens after 17. cxb4? Thank you.
Oct-27-09  vonKrolock: <17.cxb4> 17...♕d6 with the double threat ♕xh2++ and ♕xa6
Oct-27-09  guaguanco: It might not have saved the game, But if white had played 37. Rd4 he'd have a chance to get his rook behind black's queenside pawns.
Aug-01-10  PizzatheHut: What do y'all think of playing 12. b6 instead of 12. bxa6? Can anyone explain why 12. bxa6 (as played) is preferable? Intuitively I would play 12. b6 to keep the a-file closed and keep white's rook out of the game.
Apr-13-11  Mozart72: Barcza's 37.50% win probability in move 55 and Benko's 37.50% win probability in move 55 shows that the game should have been a 1/2-1/2.
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