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Rezso Charousek vs Gyozo Exner
Budapest (1896), Budapest AUH
Italian Game: Italian Variation (C50)  ·  1-0

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Mar-20-06  notyetagm: I believe that this game is featured in Bruce Pandolfini's Solitaire Chess column from the March issue of Chess Life magazine.
Apr-02-06  midknightblue: hello notyetGM. I am working on that very column right now. Tried to visualize the whole thing in my headand started getting confused on move 14. since I am at work, I cant look at it otb. Thus chessgames to the rescue.
Apr-03-06  midknightblue: finished. first time i worked all the way through one of these solitaire problems. question: is one supposed to do all this blind or can a board be used for assistance? I am not at a level where i can see all the tactics 24 moves ahead.
Jan-11-07
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  plang: 13..f5 is clearly a weak move. Pandolfini says that 21 Ne7+..Kf7 22 Ne5+..Ke8 loses a piece for white but after 22 Qc7 it looks like white doesn't lose anything and maintains a number of threats!?
Nov-15-12  bengalcat47: At the end 24. Qd7 is answered by 25. Rd1!

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