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Oscar Panno vs Lev Polugaevsky
"Oscar the Grouch" (game of the day Jun-17-2010)
Petropolis Interzonal (1973), Petropolis BRA, rd 14, Aug-12
Reti Opening: Advance Variation (A09)  ·  1-0

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Jun-17-10  Octal: What about 21 ... Rfd8?
Jun-17-10  Octal: Ehh, it still seems to give black problems after 22 Rxc4. I forgot about the obvious problems of 22 ... c5 23 a3 (with or without White playing Rxd8+ or Black playing ... Rxd1+).

Perhaps not playing in months really has taken a toll.

Jun-17-10
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  patzer2: Panno's 18. f5! is an instructive move. It allows White to create lots of isolated Black pawns as targets in the ensuing endgame, which gives him excellent winning chances.
Jun-17-10
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  kevin86: Strange ending-white is a pawn down-and wins!!
Jun-17-10
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  patzer2: It's a purely defensive endgame position, but Black might have decent drawing chances after 30...hxg4 31. hxg4 c5.
Jun-17-10  lzromeu: Blacks was losted since 41kb5.
The pawn massacre goes to nothing.
Jun-17-10  scormus: Position a few moves back from the end would have made a good puzzle
Jun-17-10  estebansponton: Vamos Panno carajo!!!! VAMOS ARGENTINA
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