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Laszlo Krizsany vs Hans-Joachim Federer
Bad Woerishofen (2001), Bad Woerishofen GER, rd 1, Mar-15
King's Indian Defense: Averbakh Variation. Flexible Defense (E73)  ·  1-0



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Jan-06-06  EmperorAtahualpa: Federer's defense is like Swiss cheese! :)
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  TheAlchemist: Too many unforced errors on Black's part
Jan-08-06  Chopin: Federer didn't play his normal attacking game. This match was essentially over in straight sets. Lazlo had a wicked king side attack that couldn't be stopped.
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  TheAlchemist: Perhaps it was held on clay
Jan-08-06  Chopin: <TheAlchemist> < TheAlchemist: Perhaps it was held on clay> LMAO! I'm sure if this was played on grass, Federer would have won without a knight.
Feb-26-06  17.Bxg7: I guess playing chess tactics could be a good strategy to defeat Federer in a tennis court.
Aug-24-14  ColeTrane: his wife is something else....
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  morfishine: Clearly, Black overlooked the exposed attack on his Rook on <b8>. But what do you expect when a tennis player tries to play in the Open Section?
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  perfidious: <morf....what do you expect when a tennis player tries to play in the Open Section?>

Kid a year behind me in high school played the circuit, an extraordinary feat for someone from the state where I lived for much of my youth; he never got beyond small-time events in the pros, though.

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