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Giovanni Portilho Vescovi vs Julio Ernesto Granda Zuniga
American Continental Championship (2005), Buenos Aires ARG, rd 4, Aug-09
Spanish Game: Berlin Defense. l'Hermet Variation Berlin Wall Defense (C67)  ·  0-1

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Dec-15-05  Inf: i guess the score is wrong here chessgames... granda should have an elo of 2641 not 2601
Dec-15-05  Inf: and another thing.. granda played the whole game WITHOUT moving black bish and rock to number 1 from brazil... and won. :D
Dec-25-05  azaris: 22...Rd3 leads to a rude awakening. A pretty finish to a totally anemic performance by White.
Jan-12-06  jaime gallegos: thats true Inf, unbelievable !
Jan-12-06  s4life: wow, with only 3 active pieces black smashed white to pieces, hats off to Granda.
Dec-14-07  syracrophy: What a crazy game! Pieces en prise everywhere and strange exchanges! Wow! Amazing!
Feb-15-12  DiscoJew: Blacks King's Rook and King's Bishop (and slightly lesser so King's Knight) were all powerhouse pieces; it it noteworthy blacks restraint, then counterattack of whites centre, and well as the totally cool lack of use of the other bishop and rook.

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