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Sofia Polgar vs Judit Polgar
"Sister Act" (game of the day Jan-16-2015)
It (blitz), Paris (France) (1992) (blitz)
King's Indian Defense: Normal. King's Knight Variation (E60)  ·  0-1

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Jul-23-12  Travis Bickle: The 2 of the famous 3 sisters from Hungary go at it!
Jan-16-15  offramp: Judit's blitz.
Jan-16-15  bachiller: Sofia rules?

Sofia ruled out.

Jan-16-15  morfishine: Drop the 'B' from "Blame Game" and you get Lame Game

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Jan-16-15
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  perfidious: At least these sisters played something a full game from time to time.

Odd to see Sofia playing 1.d4, though.

Jan-16-15  Moszkowski012273: Judit is in the January issue of "Playboy"...
Jan-16-15
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  Honza Cervenka: 19.Bg2 was a slip, which lost a Pawn, 23.Bxb7 was a blunder losing the game.
Jan-16-15
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  Penguincw: < Odd to see Sofia playing 1.d4, though. >

This is Sofia's only white win opening with 1.d4. She lost the other two...

Jan-16-15  disasterion: <Penguincw> Zsofia Polgar vs A Galliamova, 1993 is more convincing as a win for Sofia with 1.d4. The position for white here after 45...Rd1 looks pretty lost to me.
Jan-16-15  WDenayer: I do not understand. This variation with Bg2 and dxc5 is harmless. I think that White could have played 14. Qc3+ with the idea of b4, either after Nd2 or not, as a pawn sacrifice or not. It would give decent compensation. After 14.a3 Black is at least equal.
Jan-16-15
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  Penguincw: < Zsofia Polgar vs A Galliamova, 1993 is more convincing as a win for Sofia with 1.d4. The position for white here after 45...Rd1 looks pretty lost to me. >

Oops, wrong game.

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