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Khelil Lagha vs Ennio Contedini
Leipzig Olympiad Final-C (1960), Leipzig GDR, rd 5, Nov-01
Budapest Defense: Fajarowicz - Steiner Variation (A51)  ·  0-1



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Aug-25-08  JonathanJ: niiiiice!
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  sea7kenp: Funny: White's 10th Move helps the Mate.
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  sea7kenp: Come to think of it, this Game might fit into the "Trapped Queen" Collections, as the only "Safe spot" for the Queen eliminates an Escape Square for White's King. So White either loses his Queen or gets Mated!
Sep-06-19  Serpentin: smottered mate (mat étouffé) Caro kann Syle

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