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Walter Litwinczuk vs Duncan Suttles
Canadian Championship (1965), Vancouver CAN, rd 2, Jun-22
English Opening: Great Snake Variation (A10)  ·  0-1

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Nov-06-03  seoulmama: He doesn't even take a Knight being offered. The characteristic of a true eccentric ( or a weirdo for that matter... ).
Jan-03-09  refutor: Great example of a pawn storm (even without queens).

<doesn't even take a knight being offered> he was looking for the king, not material :) Harper states that "Black can also with the mundane 24. ...fxe2+ but there was little chance that Suttles would play such a crude move"

Jan-03-09  crwynn: Yeah but is the score right? 23.Ne2 makes a lot more sense, although then he would meet ...f3 with Ng3 I'd think - although 23.Ne2 Rah8 could transpose in a few moves, that would be a pretty bad score but this sort of thing does happen.
Jan-04-09  refutor: 23.Ne2 Rah8 and then what? g3 is answered by f3 and f3 is answered by g3. it looks line 0-1 to me.

if 24.Kf1 Rh1+ 25.Ng1 R8h2 and Black is much better

Jan-04-09  blacksburg: heh heh

after 20.hxg4 - "whew, at least i'm not getting checkmated"

after 30...Rg2 - "oh crap"

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