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Kangugi Karanja vs Robert Seltzer
U.S. Cadet Championship (1987)  ·  Sicilian Defense: Canal Attack (B51)  ·  1-0
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Kibitzer's Corner
Dec-19-09  tibone: although black was much better after the opening he went down very quickly afterwards. where did he go wrong?
Dec-19-09  zanshin: Lots of misses in this game. For example, White missed a mate in two with <20.Qg4+>:


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However, Black's biggest mistake was earlier with <17...0-0>, castling into the White attack, starting with <18.Qh5>.


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Dec-19-09  tibone: isnīt there a game in "my 60 memorable games" where Fischer castled with black in a similar strucure but amazingly even won in the end?
Apr-10-14  Doniez: Awful! Castling leaving your King without a pawn! And blocking the castled rook. I couldn't have done worst than Black. A good lesson on how NOT to castle
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