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Padewski vs Pantschew
Sofia (1959)
Spanish Game: Morphy Defense (C78)  ·  1-0

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May-21-16  GrahamClayton: Black was probably hoping that White would play 9. ♕xd4, when 9...c5 and 10...c5 traps the Bishop, but White wins instantly with 9. e5!, exploiting the position of the Black knight and rook on a8. 9...♘g8 10. ♕f3 wins the rook on a8 due to the threat of 11. ♕xf7#.
Oct-01-16
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  Phony Benoni: The earliest example of this trap in the database (which has six samples, dating from 1959-2012), but the idea is much order. I've just come across a sample in the "Los Angles Times" For January 13, 1929, given as the game <Orr - Schrader?>. Unfortunately, no other information is provided.
Oct-02-16
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  perfidious: Anyone suppose White is actually Nikola Padevsky and his opponent is called Panchev?
Oct-02-16
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  Retireborn: <perfidious> Pantschew is such a great name though. Let's not spoil it!
Oct-02-16
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  perfidious: <Retireborn> Good point; thought had not occurred to me. (laughs)

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