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Gyula Sax vs Andras Adorjan
HUN-ch (1971), Budapest HUN, rd 5, Oct-21
Modern Defense: Standard Defense (B06)  ·  0-1

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Oct-17-04  WMD: Typically imaginative play from Adorjan, but Sax holds the balance until he self-destructs with 31.c4, unprotecting the e2 square.
Mar-16-06  siggemannen: on a3 black has bb6 and queen can't protect both Ba5 and Bf2 where black wins
Jun-21-06  Xuorarch: After 37.Qc3 Bf2+ 38.Kxf2 e1=Q 39.Qxe1 Rxe1 40. Kxe1 Black ends up with a winning endgame because of his extra pawn.

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