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Israel Albert Horowitz vs Plankart
Mexico (1958)
Sicilian Defense: Alapin Variation. General (B22)  ·  1-0

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Feb-12-05  organist: This game is given as Trap 146 in Horowitz's "New Traps in the Chess Opening".
Jun-27-05  prinsallan: And a lovely trap it is. Well done Horowitz.
Nov-15-08  savagerules: I have a feeling Plankart was never seen near a chessboard again after this game.
Oct-09-15  Mating Net: Walking the Plank.
Oct-09-15
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  perfidious: Short one at that.
Oct-09-15  King Radio: I've suffered nearly every type of crush playing black in the Sicilian in blitz games over the years, but somehow I never fell into this one.
Mar-14-19
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  sea7kenp: Oops!

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