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Tomas Balogh vs Mikulas Manik
Tatry Open (1999), Tatranska Lomnica SVK, rd 6
Anderssen Opening: General (A00)  ·  1/2-1/2



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Sep-05-06  hidude: no one kibized to this game?
Oct-25-06  rsl: I think the devil took control of them for each of their turns and they didn't realize it until it was done. So they just decided to draw.
Mar-26-07  lentil: neither of them wanted to risk comprimising the symmetry of thei ratings.
Mar-26-07  TrueFiendish: Because of an odd number of people in the draw, it was one guy playing against himself: Tomas Balogh Mikulas Manik.
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  whiteshark: Whoops! Sorry, there are no games similar to this one in the database.
Apr-16-09  Udit Narayan: Obviously it was a pre-arranged draw.
Feb-07-11  redorc19: Brilliant game!!! To think that the players could find a forced draw in 214 moves is amazing analysis!!! and what a finishing combination!!! Perfection!! This is how chess should be played!!!!!
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  perfidious: The opponents in the notorious walkover Eljanov vs W So, 2013 were foolish to waste their energy thus-they really should have followed in the footsteps of this sterling encounter.
Oct-24-19  YoungEd: Both players must have been in time trouble; hence the draw agreement.
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  Messiah: Terrible!

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