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Karel Treybal vs Jan Foltys
Podebrady (1936), Podebrady CZE, rd 2, Jul-06
French Defense: Advance Variation (C02)  ·  0-1

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Oct-24-04  dac1990: This is what I call a "head-smacker". The accompiament remark is "D'oh!"
Oct-25-04
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  tpstar: <dac1990> Compare R Patterson vs J Berry, 1975
Sep-11-05  Tiamat: Seriously, I mean I've learned not to try to do that fork (though I don't lose a piece first) and I'm only rated around 1500...

tpstar - that's awesome, exact same exact carried out two more moves.

Feb-20-06  Easy Rider: HELP! I've even run this on Chess Tiger and can't discover why White is lost. Someone please show me!
Feb-20-06  CapablancaFan: My guess would be that Treybal blundered away a piece with 8.Nxe5?... Nxe5 9.Qh5+. Here Treybal thought he could regain the piece after 9...g6, Kf8, etc. but somehow (I have no idea what he was thinking) forgot that black can interpose with that same knight to f7 effectively leaving Foltys a piece up for the remainder of the game. After Treybal got finished slapping himself, I guess he saw no reason to go on.
Mar-03-06  kellmano: <Easy Rider> It's just that white is a whole piece down for nothing. Nf6 is coming to move the queen
Jun-08-06  Rocafella: Hehe white only looked at Ng6 after the check...
Aug-04-08  Sem: But what if White plays 10. Bg6? If ... Nf6, then 11. Bxf7+.
Aug-04-08  IT4L1CO: If 10 Bg6 hxg6...
Nov-22-08  Sem: Ouch, the patzer said.
Aug-01-10
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  Phony Benoni: Hold on, let's get this straight. If Black had played 9...Ng6 instead:


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White plays 10.Bxg6+ (eliminating the possibility of 10...Nf6), and after 10...hxg6 11.Qxh8 he is up the exchange and doesn't have a headache.

Dec-15-13
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  GrahamClayton: 7. ♕e2 supporting e5 was much better.

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