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Karl Gross vs Gunnar Zschischang
XVI International Goch Open (2005), Goch, Germany, rd 3, Oct-01
Sicilian Defense: Smith-Morra Gambit. Accepted Paulsen Formation (B21)  ·  1-0

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Aug-11-11
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  Nightsurfer: Oops! That sacrifice does work, the early Kamikaze-attack by Knight on f7, with 11.Nxf7?!?! ... that deserves SIX STARS for COURAGE!
Aug-16-11  Mattulowitz: It was a very risky attempt to embarass my opponent.After 14...g6 I felt that only a kind of kamikaze-attack could save my little life.After 50 minutes I got nervous by calculating the following queen's sac.My desperation changed to overpowering enthusiasm.By moving the bishop to h6 my hand trembled and I had to support it with the other.It came to my mind that I was going to create the best game of my life! My opponent helped a lot to confirm this illusion. Looking back I must say it was a comedy of errors.
Aug-16-11
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  Xeroxx: Gross domestic produc.
Aug-16-11  Mattulowitz: Dear Mr.Xeroxx,
My English is not sufficient to understand what your statement could mean. Please help me. Do you think that
My game vs Zschischang was a product of preparation at home? or the whole game was not a real game ?
Aug-16-11
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  Xeroxx: *product
Aug-16-11
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  Nightsurfer: <Mattulowitz>
Dear Mattulowitz, that's the way chess should be! Chess is not math, chess is a battle, and the winner is that Commander-in-chief who has got bullocks! Errors do not matter - it is the result that matters!
Aug-16-11
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  whiteshark: Pun: Gross heat of combustion
Sep-09-13  Abdel Irada: <...and the winner is that Commander-in-chief who has got bullocks!>

He needs to be a rancher?

Sep-09-13
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  Nightsurfer: <Abdel Irada>
Oops, my English is too bad, thank you so much for making me aware of that, dear <Abdel Irada>! Herewith the correct version of that very posting that I have posted on August 16th, 2011:

<"... Chess is no math, chess is a battle, and the winner is that Commander-in-chief who HAS GOT THE BALLS! ...">

A rather late clarification - but better late than never! ;-)

Sep-09-13  Abdel Irada: "Bollocks" would be fine, and I assume it's what you meant. :-)

Sep-10-13
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  Nightsurfer: <Abdel Irada>
You are right! Thanx!! :-) <... "Never Mind the BOLLOCKS, Here's the Sex Pistols!" ...> :-D
Mar-04-15  saintdufus: I am absolutely filled with admiration for 15.Bh6!!

How does one find such a move? What a beauty....

Mar-04-15  saintdufus: I am absolutely filled with admiration for 15.h6!!

How does one find such a move? What a beauty....

Jun-15-18  Triebe: 15.Bh6!! Very clever!
Jun-15-18
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  WorstPlayerEver: 'Unno, what's wrong with 15... gxh5 16. Rf7 Ng4 17. Rg7 Kf8 18. Rxg4 Ke8 and the White fun is over. Sorry for the inconvenience :)
Feb-02-19  Mattulowitz: If someone likes to follow my blog.Here is the new adress: http://schachneurotiker.de/

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