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Glenn Bordonada vs Francisco Javier Sanz Alonso
Olympiad Final-A (1974), Nice FRA, rd 2, Jun-16
Sicilian Defense: Velimirovic Attack (B89)  ·  1-0



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Dec-30-08  rjsolcruz: 10. Rhg1 was later called the PENANG ATTACK; when Bordonada got another win with the move at Penang in 1974 vs Haruyama.

For more details on the variation, check out Bobby Ang's CHESS PIECE: THE PENANG ATTACK at and at

Dec-29-09  zanshin: White to play, move 16 - User: glenn bordonada apparently missed <16.Qh6>:

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[+1.26] d=17 16.Qh6 e5 17.Nd5 gxh6 18.gxh6 Kh8 19.Nxc7 Ra7 20.Bxc5 dxc5 21.Nd5 Bh4 22.Rg7 a5 23.Bc4 Ba6 24.Ne3 Bxf2 25.Ng4 Bh4 26.Nxe5 Bxc4 27.Nxc4 Bf6 28.Rg3 Re7 29.Rg4 a4 (0:14.56) 39284kN

[-0.37] d=16 16.Bf6 Re8 17.Na4 Nxb3 18.axb3 Bd7 (0:14.16) 37511kN

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  wordfunph: Bordonada - Sanz Alonso

after 18...h6

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19.Qxh6! and that's all folks..

Nov-14-14  kamagong24: Wow!!! first time i heard of this Penang Attack!!! thanks to rjsolcruz and pinoymaster77 for giving the backround story of how this variation came to be :)

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