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Gyula Sax vs Harold James Plaskett
Lugano open (1986), Lugano SUI, Mar-??
Vienna Game: Vienna Gambit. Modern Variation (C29)  ·  0-1

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Feb-14-13  Balmo: This is a great game from Plaskett, Sax was a very strong GM in '86, probably near his peak. But Plaskett's endgame technique here is very instructive, particularly the last thirty moves or so.
Feb-11-20
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  Plaskett: Instead of my 91...Rc3+ - the known and theoretical win - Dale Eccleston has proposed an alternative win via 91...Rb6.

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