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Georges Koltanowski vs Garcia
Blind simul, 8b (1946) (blindfold), Barranquilla COL, Dec-27
Queen's Gambit Declined: Modern. Knight Defense (D51)  ·  1-0



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Aug-27-07  wolfmaster: I never knew Kolty went all the way to Columbia to participate in simuls!
Jan-10-11  Eduardo Bermudez: Koltanowski was playing Blind simul in Barranquilla, Colombia, december 27 of 1946.I saw some pictures in the newspapers !
Dec-26-12  Eduardo Bermudez: Koltanowski was chief arbiter on Centroamerican Games 1946 and there, in Barranquilla, Colombia, he knew a couple colombians chess masters: Cuellar and Sanchez, after that, they played in USA Open 1947 in Corpus Cristhie, Kolty was arbiter too. Garcia was called The Tiger, but here was a little cat !
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  Phony Benoni: <Eduardo Bermudez> And they did quite well too: Game Collection: US Open 1947, Corpus Christi
Sep-17-14  Eduardo Bermudez: Koltanowski was playing Blind simul in Barranquilla, Colombia, South America against eight local chessplayers, december 27 of 1946. I saw some pictures in old newspapers from my town !
Jun-02-17  Eduardo Bermudez: G. Koltanowski was playing Blind simul in Barranquilla, Colombia, South America against eight local chessplayers, december 27 of 1946. I saw some pictures in old newspapers from my town !

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