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Zdenek Nyvlt vs Csaba Szucs
ICCF Email - corr (2001), Jul-02
Sicilian Defense: Najdorf Variation (B90)  ·  1/2-1/2


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May-07-08  KingG: 6.e5? in correspondence? Why?
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  FSR: Yeah - what kind of demented maniac plays 6.e5?
Nov-11-12  Abdel Irada: Perhaps more to the point: How did he get away with a draw after this?
Jan-30-14  firebrandx: Black blew a winning endgame. That's how he got away with it. I'm currently playing black myself against GM Zdenek. I'm using a KID line that computers are completely clueless how to handle. I'm really liking my chances for a win thus far.
May-27-14  Chris321: This kinda 6.e5 has never been seen on Land,Sea or Space...yea,Neva!...;)
May-27-14  Chris321: Yea for this you need brainpower and sitting power! especially! the second,this is tenacious,Black can win the endgame but it will take you most probably 60 or 70 moves to do that,plus playing acurately all the way.
Nov-02-14  firebrandx: I did end up winning my game against GM Zdenek. It's a very instructive anti-computer King's Indian, where I had to weave a winning position out of the middlegame before computers had any idea what was going on. It's VERY rare you can do that these days in correspondence chess. Anyway, the game is now on this site if you want to check it out.
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