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Laios vs Manninen
cr SF 2ekl (1991) (correspondence)
Budapest Defense: Fajarowicz Variation (A51)  ·  0-1

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Oct-10-04  ughaibu: You have to admire the ingenuity with which white finds new ways to lose to the Budapest.
Oct-10-04  poktirity: Yea I wonder how many moves ahead he had to calculate to come up with this master plan.
Sep-22-17
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  FSR: Hilarious!
Sep-22-17  paavoh: And if I interpret the site code correctly, this was a CORRESPONDENCE game played in Finland.
Sep-22-17
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  FSR: <paavoh> Wow. I think a lot of players play correspondence because they're weak at tactics and figure that they'll do better if they're able to take more time and move the pieces. As this game shows, it doesn't always work. btw, my shortest correspondence game went 1.e4 e6 2.d4 d5 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.Bg5 Be7 5.e5 Nh5?? (you really should be able to avoid such a blunder when you have three days on your clock) 6.Bxe7 and my opponent resigned.
Sep-26-17  paavoh: <FSR> Quite true. I used to play CC in the old days, and would you believe, once in a while either I or my opponent mixed the position with another game in progress at the same time. It happens when you are busy or preoccupied with something else. Maybe not so frequently anymore with sophisticated engines and databases and stuff.
Sep-26-17  Howard: Yes, I made the mistake occasionally back in the day ! One time, it cost me a bishop when I sent someone a move that was actually intended for someone else, in a different game.

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