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Jan Foltys vs William Ritson-Morry
Match MCCU-CZE (1947), Birmingham ENG, rd 2, Jun-18
Spanish Game: Morphy Defense. Chigorin Defense Panov System (C99)  ·  1-0

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Oct-13-08  Autoreparaturwerkbau: 22.Rc1! Never saw it coming.
Dec-31-08  A.G. Argent: <Auto...bau><22.Rc1! Never saw it coming.> No, Auto...dude, you're right, Morry probably didn't see his Queen getting trapped but upon looking at it a bit, I tend to think that leading up to 22.Rc1 with 20...Bxe4 21.Nxe7+ Rxe7, maybe, just perhaps and mayhaps, the great Foltys was merely positioning for an attack on Morry's Monarch and had a Homer Simpson "doh" with a glance back down on his one rank seeing a Black Queen just kinda sittin' there ever so ripe a target and did death with 22.Rc1. Could be wrong. Often am. But don't see why he was doing what he was doing up on the f file with Morry's Queen so vulnerable. Ironically, just a little while ago I won a Crafty game with a Queen entrappment and I, too, just kinda saw it without really having spent that much time focusing on her demise. Actually another stellar example for not trotting the Old Lady out prematurely, which Black did in this case.


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A whuppin' followed. Yes, I admit, I play it out if it can't resign. Don't make me a bad guy. Love humiliating a machine. Who don't?

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