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Borislav Kostic vs Geza Maroczy
Budapest (1908), Budapest AUH
Latvian Gambit: Accepted. Main Line (C40)  ·  1-0


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  WannaBe: <Telemus>

1. No one have hear of these two ol' Gezas

2. Either is named Wesley So or Magnus Carlsen. Otherwise there would be 100 pages of posts

3. Latvian Gambit!? Seriously? If this was d4, there would be more. e4 are so last century

4. If one of the guy's name is Bobby Fischer, there would be 20,000 pages of posts, all about Nazi and history of WWII

5. Borislav and Geza are just not fun names to make pun out of.

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  Yuridmi: Hi WannaBe
Excellent comments!
I share your sentiments
Merry Christmas to you
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  WannaBe: Shoot, original post got deleted, probably by the author, anyway, the question (to paraphrase) of why the lack of posts on this game was posed...

Hence my reply.

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  WannaBe: Hummm, looks like black made a series of not very good moves on ...15 ...16 ...17 ...18 and ...19 according to analysis.
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  Telemus: <WannaBe: original post got deleted> The question contained in English language error, and when I was going to kibitz the corrected one, your reply was already there.
Dec-07-18  Retireborn: Is anything known about the tournament this game was played in?
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  Telemus: <Retireborn> One of my databases has it as "casual".
Dec-07-18  Retireborn: <Telemus> Thanks. That seems likely.
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