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Klaus Junge vs Walter Sahlmann
Hamburg Team champio (1944)
Sicilian Defense: Scheveningen. Classical Variation (B84)  ·  1-0


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  lost in space: It seems, that 18. ♗e3!! was a suprise for W. Sahlmann. 18...♕xe3? is not possible due to 19. ♘d6+ ♔f8 20. ♕d8#

Sahlmann played 18...♕c7, but after 19. ♘fg5 Lange started a strong attack on blacks king. Sahlmann helped with the weak move 19... h5, but his position was bad (nearly lost) anyhow

May-24-08  hitman84: <lost in space> I like your handle. Are you a fan of the series Lost in Space?
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  lost in space: <hitman84> I was listening (only in my brain) to the song of David Bowie "Major Tom". Major Tom is an astronaut in this space craft, talking to ground contole and he was lost in sapce. Very sad. Somehow I felt the same the day I decided to join this webside...Blue (from Blues). So I found it fitting to my mood and the connection to the series I accepted with a wink. One day later with less blue mood I would have chosen "Lost in space-time", with more connection to sience and to Albert Einstein, my physic hero
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  Benzol: Probably the last game Junge ever played.
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  lost in space: You are right , <Benzol>, the last OTP game of Junge. He was not able to play in 1943 (WW II) and in 1944 he only played this game - during a furlough.
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