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Petar Trifunovic vs Ludek Pachman
Hilversum Zonal (1947), Hilversum NED, rd 11, Jul-28
Four Knights Game: Spanish Variation (C49)  ·  0-1

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  sycophante: An alternative could have been 40...Qf1 41.Kh4 g5+ 42.Kh5 Qf6
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  perfidious: White already stood worse before blundering a pawn at move 22, though the cause of his defeat was ultimately Pachman's superior activity and his own pawn weaknesses.

Overlooking the clear win at the end was possibly caused by time shortage, though once the time check was reached, there was little reason for Trifunovic to play on.

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