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Iivo Nei vs Kick Langeweg
Hoogovens (1966), Beverwijk NED, rd 4, Jan-15
Sicilian Defense: Paulsen Variation. General (B44)  ·  1-0

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Jul-11-16  Sally Simpson: This game has a move missing.

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Informator 1 (game 263) gives Black playing 32...Ke8 and 1-0. Black resigned before white played 33.d7+.

(first! Correction slip sent.)

Jul-12-16  Sally Simpson: And it's been corrected!

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Looks like Black came up with the plan of walking the King to d7 to block the d-pawn. Black next three moves are a march to dom.

He avoided playing Kf8 because of d7+ winning the c8 Rook but found another way to lose the Rook.

An obvious pun on Black's first name is waiting.

Jul-12-16
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  perfidious: <Geoff....Looks like Black came up with the plan of walking the King to d7 to block the d-pawn. Black next three moves are a march to dom.>

Um, who brought <Domdaniel> into the mix? (laughs)

Jul-12-16  Sally Simpson: :)

Dom for Doom.

I recently got my hands on Informator 1 in a charity shop. Made a blog out of it.

I spelt 'Doom' right in the title.

http://www.redhotpawn.com/chess-blo...

They did not start voting on the best game till volume 4 so I picked out the best game in Vol. 1 myself. I chose this one.

Hecht vs Keene, 1966

Never knew five of Bobby Fischer's Informators were in the hall of fame.

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