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Frantisek Zita vs Klaus Junge
Duras 60 mem (1942), Praga, rd 3, Dec-07
King's Indian Defense: Fianchetto Variation. Uhlmann-Szabo System (E62)  ·  0-1

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Nov-29-07
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  Honza Cervenka: 17.Ne1 was a blunder losing a piece after 17...f5 18.Nd2 Bb4 19.Nef3 e4 etc.
Nov-29-07  stupidiot21: still too early to quit though
Dec-01-07
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  Honza Cervenka: <still too early to quit though> Not too early on this level.
Jun-01-08  lost in space: Nice and easy. Everthing what has to be said was already done by <Honza Cervenka>
Aug-28-08
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  GrahamClayton: From the exchanges played, White was looking for an early draw, and did not look to closely at the position after 17...f5.
Sep-02-08
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  GrahamClayton: Source: CN 489 Edward Winter, "Chess Explorations", Cadogan 1996
May-31-17  zanzibar: Picture of the game:

http://www.nss.cz/foto_galerie/clan...

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Jan-03-22
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  FSR: What about 17.Ne1 f5 18.Nd2 Bb4 19.Nef3 e4 20.Nd4?
Jan-03-22  Damenlaeuferbauer: <FSR> The answer after your proposed variation 17.Ne1,f5 18.Nd2,Bb4 19.Nef3,e4 20.Nd4 is simply 20.-,Bxd2 and black is a whole piece up. Not too bad for a "little Nazi boy". So <Honza Cervenka> is right, that 17.Ne1? was the losing blunder! The truth is, that my compatriot Klaus Junge was Germany's greatest chess hope after world champion Dr. Emanuel Lasker, maybe greater than the 2 Wolfgangs Unzicker and Uhlmann and even Dr. Robert Hübner. The United States of America had nobody after world champion Robert James "Bobby" Fischer. Hikaru Nakamura spoilt his incredible talent (shown 10 years ago in Wijk aan Zee) by playing thousands of trash bullet games instead of studying openings and endgames deeply.
Jan-07-22
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  FSR: <Damenlaeuferbauer> I overlooked that Black's bishop on e6 is defended. Silly me.

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