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Salomon Flohr vs Rudolf Pitschak
Bilin (1930)
Indian Game: Knights Variation. General (A46)  ·  0-1

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Nov-21-04  WMD: Flohr is crushed in unceremonius style.He played this game at about 1200 ELO level.
Mar-10-05  Mate Hunter: When Flohr lost a pawn he started to back his pieces and then black saw a chance to mate white. IT WORKED!
Jun-06-07  syracrophy: No kibitzing!? This is amazing! 17...♕xh4!! is incredible. 18.gxh4 ♗h2#.

A great puzzle after 17.h4

Jan-03-13  backrank: Very hard to believe that the White player in this game was really the great Salo Flohr. Maybe a different person with the same or a similar name?
Apr-13-14  thomastonk: <backrank> Hard to believe, but this game was indeed played by Salo Flohr.
May-05-17  zanzibar: This probably should more properly be labeled as having taken place in Bilina CZE.

Bilin is the German name for the town (although almost every other reference in the literature, and there's many, using Bilin as well).

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