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Hans Ree vs Duncan Suttles
Chess Olympiad Qualifying Group 4 (1968), Lugano SUI, rd 5, Oct-22
Pirc Defense: Austrian Attack. Dragon Formation (B09)  ·  0-1

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Nov-09-03  refutor: any opinions on the position after 22. ... Qd2? is white still in the game after a move like 23.Bb3?
Aug-20-05  lentil: i presume you mean 23... Qd2 and 23...Bb3. Seems B has an easy win with ...Rxf1+ and ...Rf8. After all, he's 2 Ps up. Maybe the move played s the best practcal chance.... challenges B to find ..Rxf7!!
Aug-20-05  sharpnova: 10. Rb1 probably was the losing move for white.

11. 0-0 was REALLY bad neglecting the black knight in the center.

13. f5 was pretty damn horrible too throwing away a pawn for no reason..

17. Qxg4 was just insanely bad.. allowing black to recapture with check then attack the queen with tempo

after move 10 there was no point in the game at which white had any winning or drawing chances.

it's not surprising that neither of these players is anybody. this was an example of chess played by amateurs.

Aug-20-05  Anastasia: <10. Rb1 probably was the losing move for white. > 10.0-0 Qb2 just gambits a different pawn

<11. 0-0 was REALLY bad neglecting the black knight in the center.> 11.Be4 Bc3 12.Bd2 Bd2 13.Nd2 d5

<13. f5 was pretty damn horrible too throwing away a pawn for no reason..> 13..gf? u a beginner?

<after move 10 there was no point in the game at which white had any winning or drawing chances.> unlikely

<it's not surprising that neither of these players is anybody. this was an example of chess played by amateurs.> ree = dutch champ. who r u?

Nov-13-05  Chess Addict: <sharpnova>

Most of your comments are off. Indeed you'd do better asking questions about the game rather than giving bad comments about the player.

Nov-13-05
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  IMlday: 9Rb1? just loses. However extensive Soviet analysis in Shakmatny Byuletin eventually refuted 8..Qb4. The game was played in the '68 Olympiad Preliminary groups and was critical in qualifying Canada ahead of Holland to the A final.

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