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Joerg Hickl vs Stephen John Solomon
Chess Olympiad (1988), Thessaloniki GRE, rd 2, Nov-14
Hungarian Opening: Indian Defense (A00)  ·  0-1
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Nov-27-14  SimonWebbsTiger:


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2. Rf8??

<2. Rg6! led to a stalemate; the spectators saw this possibility, but the players overlooked it.

The game was adjourned here....Black Sealed 2...Kg6??

The Captain of the Australian team ordered his player Solomon, to look satisfied, to go back to the hotel immediately, and to stay silent. Hickl did not suspect that his opponent could have Sealed such a move and did not want to return for a hopeless resumption, so he resigned the next morning at breakfast.>

p. 259, Dvoretsky's Endgame Manual 2nd ed. Russell Enterprises, 2008.

Nov-27-14
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  OhioChessFan: 65. White to play. Nice Tuesday, maybe Wednesday puzzle.
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