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Anja Both vs Spate
Bad Lauterberg Wch (1987)
King's Indian Defense: Averbakh Variation. Flexible Defense (E73)  ·  0-1



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Aug-10-05  prinsallan: My last converted game from:

White resigned in a won position. In view of g7+, 40.Kc1 would have been enough. Had White won she, and not Spte, would have been champion.

Nov-24-05  dakgootje: what a position to resign...

p.s. according to its Spte instead of Spate. Somebody knows which one is right?

Nov-25-05  melianis: <dakgootje> <chessgames> hasn't used any diacritics or foreign vowels in many names (technical reasons?) so I guess Krabb has it right. (Did I get Krabb right?)
Premium Chessgames Member <hasn't used any diacritics or foreign vowels in many names (technical reasons?)> Something like that. English speakers can't be expected to type, for example, "Hbner" on their keyboards. Most wouldn't even know how to do it if they wanted to. So we use "Huebner" instead.
Nov-25-05  melianis: Thank you for the explanation <chessgames>.
Nov-28-05  DeepBlade: For some reason I see serious continuation potential for White. I mean heck, I got forked, big deal, g7+ (little fork) and promotion recovers my lost Queen. Maybe Im wrong, but the key move g7+ saves the day (or at least delays mate :P)
Dec-06-05  dakgootje: or you could just type " (not twice) first and then the u: " + u =

and well i suggest for the english persons here just to use some more time for such things as there are lots of languages where things like ,, and such are in use. Just to name some: Dutch, German, French and if im not mistaken Danish, Spanish and Portuguese too...

Remember when i had to learn those things for school: accent grave (), accent aigu (), accent circonflexe (), and of course the trema (), umlaut (, which has in fact 2 little stripes instead of dots on the vowel) and the cedille (). However im not sure how you call those things in other languages as i cant imagine much foreigners can pronounce trema...

Dec-06-05  EmperorAtahualpa: <dakgootje> "trema" is the Dutch word for "diaeresis".
Dec-08-05  dakgootje: <EmperorAtahualpa> ty, however strange i didnt exactly remember that word. lol
Jan-14-06  Larsker: < English speakers can't be expected to type, for example, "Hbner" on their keyboards.> True. But in all fairness, some of them actually manage to understand the rules of chess.
Feb-05-06  DeepBlade: SHIFT + '' + u =

About the game, nice fork!

Oct-03-06  johnnyfroaction: Deepblade- the fork is not nice in fact it loses, check the first comment on here.
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  FSR: They Both played a Spate of weak moves. :-) What kind of world championship was this?
Jan-22-09  Karpova: <FSR>
The German Women's Championship
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  whiteshark: Finally Both armies lost heavily.
May-26-09  WhiteRook48: Both of them missed it!

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