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Carel Sammelius vs Arnoldus Johannes van den Hoek
Holland (1942), ?
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Saemisch Variation. Accelerated (E24)  ·  0-1
ANALYSIS [x]

FEN COPIED

Annotations by Theo Daniel van Scheltinga.

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Feb-18-08  sitzkrieg: who wrote the commentary to the game?
May-18-08  who: I was wondering the same thing. Maybe Bronstein?
Jun-22-09  returnoftheking: Must have been a very old Bronstein then; mentioning Polgar and Sadler. Great game by the way; from move 10 onwards it could be made one of those daily puzzles.
Dec-01-10  sneaky pete: The notes were written by Theo Daniel Van Scheltinga for the Van den Hoek chapter in "Partij verloren ..." (1947). That is to say, the actual content of analysis and evaluation corresponds 100% with Van Scheltinga's notes. The translator however embellished the text in most places (for instance at move 19 "Kort en krachtig" becomes "Although black is clearly winning this is a very crisp finish to an entertaining game") and adds some superfluous info on the opening variation, thus creating the impression of writing completely original notes. I can guess who is responsible here.
Feb-09-12
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  Stonehenge: <sneaky pete> < thus creating the impression of writing completely original notes. I can guess who is responsible here>.

Come on, we wanna know who the culprit is :)

Feb-06-17
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  whiteshark: <sneaky pete> < thus creating the impression of writing completely original notes. I can guess who is responsible here>.

<Stonehenge:> <Come on, we wanna know who the culprit is :)>

I'll second what <Stonehenge> wrote. Inquiring minds are eager to learn ...

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