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Bora Tot vs Lajos Asztalos
Ljubljana (1938), rd 7, Apr-??
Reti Opening: Anglo-Slav. Bogoljubow Variation (A12)  ·  0-1

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Jul-29-08  chocobonbon: It's remarkable to me how how White's postion fell apart after the launching of the Knight to f4. Anderssen said "Plant a Knight at e5 & your game plays itself". Maybe not, but a knight outpost beyond the frontier creates a lot of grass fires awaiting a suitable wind. A neat effort by Asztalos.
Dec-21-16  tjipa: This game should be moved to player Bora Tot, unless Bela played it 5 years before his birth.
Dec-21-16  Howard: Very astute observation !
Jun-05-22
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  fredthebear: I never get tired of invading double knight mates!!

White never crosses the frontier line?? Passivity usually doesn't pay off in chess.

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