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Wolfgang Uhlmann vs Johan Teunis Barendregt
Hoogovens (1961), Beverwijk NED, rd 1, Jan-16
Modern Defense: Averbakh Variation (A42)  ·  1-0

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Jan-22-12  Cushion: Wow! The threat of Rxh7+ with mate on g6 next seems unstoppable.
Jun-25-12  andyatchess: Very nice Q sacrifice with powerful minor pieces as compensation!
Mar-19-14
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  Tabanus: Uhlmann arrived just before round 2 started because of visum problems, so this round 1 game, scheduled for 12 Jan., was played on the rest day 16 January (De Waarheid 17 Jan. 1961 p. 4).
Feb-28-16
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  GrahamClayton: To get one knight outpost on the 6th rank is good, but to get two (and both next to one another) must lead to a won game.
Jun-16-17
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  tpstar: White to Play and Win after 20 ... Nc7.

<To get one knight outpost on the 6th rank is good, but to get two (and both next to one another) must lead to a won game> Yes, White's Knight pair is dominant.

Jun-16-17  ChessHigherCat: When I played through that game, I thought wow, this guy had to be an East German who benefited from Soviet elite training, and so he was.

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