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Sergio Carlos Giardelli vs Bent Larsen
Pinamar (2004), rd 11, Mar-24
Indian Game: Pseudo-Queen's Indian. Marienbad System (A47)  ·  1-0
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Nov-08-04  ConLaMismaMano: What was Larsen thinking about when he did this terrible blunder? I know he's old and inactive but...
Nov-08-04
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  tpstar: Blunder Collection, anyone?

He was thinking, "Oh no, the chess world will think I'm old and inactive."

Nov-08-04  iron maiden: Yep. So he's not inactive after all; just old. :-)
Jan-19-05  aw1988: Lol tpstar, I was about to say the same thing.
Jan-19-05  Saruman: The only thing Larsen would have had to know was that one should only attack the BASE of the pawnchain!
Feb-19-07  Recoiler: Maybe Larsen had bifocals, and couldn't see the short side of the board. ;)
Jun-15-08  ravel5184: I have this strange feeling that he thought ... Rxe1 was mate (this explains 19 ... Bxc3)
Jun-15-08
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  vonKrolock: <20...>??????????: 20...f5! (ll, y can fnd btt gams by SG and BL)
Jun-16-08
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  vonKrolock: <'well, we can find better games by Giardelli and Larsen'> keyboard collapsed!
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