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Nikola Karaklajic vs Andrija Fuderer
Belgrade (1955), Belgrade YUG
Philidor Defense: Hanham Variation (C41)  ·  1-0



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Oct-19-06  Autoreparaturwerkbau: Isn't the position saveable?
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  paulalbert: <Autoreparaturwrkbau> After something like g6, Qxe5 and black still has a totally losing position. Both these players were masters, so Fuderer after his blunder saw it was useless to continue aginst another master.

I was intrigued by the German name you use. Are you an auto mechanic? Also curious about your comment of no interest in chess, at least where you are in Slovenia. Suprising given strong players like Beliavsky and Anna Muzychuk playing for Slovenia, and chess history. Wasn't Vidmar from Slovenia ?, and also great tournaments of 1931 and 1959 in Bled, and other great tournaments as well.

Oct-22-06  Autoreparaturwerkbau: <paulalbert> Yes, white goes a pawn up but there is no decisive attack yet - at least to my eyes. Of course, white is very likely to snatch a win there.

About nick... :) I am just an ordinary bank officer. When picking the idea for a nickname i tried to fill in the longest word i remembered in the moment. It was "autoreparaturwerkbaustatt". Since the nick is limited to only 20 letters, i had to cut "statt" part. Otherwsie i live in a small town of Celje (40.000 inh.), which happens to be 3rd largest city in the country (rather funny to average US-citizen, i suppose :)). Unfortunately, i never precisely inspected slovenian chess players, but i know you have a point - Slovenia has some strong players like above mentioned (though Beliavsky and Muzychuk actually migrated from ex-SU) + yes, Milan Vidmar is our best chess player ever (at least so far). About tournaments, i am sure my compatriot, User: TheAlchemist would be able to pass much more detailed information about above mentioned.

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  paulalbert: <Autoreparaturwerkbau> Thanks for response. If you looked at my bio, you see I was also banker, investment banker. Celje looks like a nice place to live. Some nice pictures on Wikipedia of town taken from Celjski Grad and also of Celjski Dom ( Nemshka Hisha [Sorry, don't have proper accents ] - German House ) on town web site. My academic university major was history, so I was intrigued to read about the deal the Counts of Celje had with the Habsburgs. Also did some research on Slovenian language and its 48 dialects and retained dual grammatical form. Russian is the only Slavic language I formally studied [ not fluent ] but I also know a little Czech from my business travels there and a little Slovak from the two authors , Kopec and Ftacnik, who wrote the book based on my chess brilliancy prizes for US Chess Championship. I assume you probably are fluent in German from your choice of site nickname. Paul Albert

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