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Eduard Gufeld vs Udo Tarve
Tallinn (1969), rd 3, Feb-23
Vienna Game: Stanley Variation. Monster Declined (C27)  ·  1-0



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Mar-06-06  waddayaplay: White's move 15 would make for a good Saturday puzzle. Or Sunday possibly.
Aug-13-06  Aspirador: If this opening is "Monster declined" then I don't want to be on the bad end of "Monster accepted".
Apr-01-15  Delboy: What a fascinating game!
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  sea7kenp: I believe that the "Monster" reference, is to the "Frankenstein Dracula Variation". There's a great Collection of these, here by <Judah>.

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