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Harry Golombek vs Arthur Bisguier
Southsea (1950), Southsea ENG, rd 9, Apr-21
Budapest Defense: Fajarowicz Variation (A51)  ·  1-0

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Sep-27-03
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  patzer2: Golombek gets a small but steady initiative from accepting Bisguier's Budapest Gambit, which appears to last the entire game (with perhaps just a little help from Bisguier). Golombek also shows decent endgame technique, demonstrating the power of an active king in the endgame, particularly from moves 39 to 47.
Jan-23-06  Timothy Glenn Forney: I need to study the endgame more,but two connected pawns are better than the two passed pawns as a general rule,correct me if I'm wrong.Also the ♗ pair is better.

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