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Martin Harrow vs Leonard Frankenstein
US Jr-ch (1953), Kansas City, MO USA, rd 6, Aug-05
Gruenfeld Defense: Russian. Smyslov Variation (D98)  ·  1-0

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Dec-03-20
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  GrahamClayton: Frankenstein is forced to play 16...fe6 to avoid losing the exchange after 16...Qe6 17. Bg4, but the doubled pawns cut off his queen from defending his king, which Harrow takes full advantage with the piece sacrifice 18. e5.
Sep-13-21
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  FSR: Harrowing experience for Frankenstein!
Sep-15-21
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  FSR: As <GrahamClayton> noted, Frankenstein's 16...fxe6 created a monster of a kingside attack for his opponent.
Sep-15-21  Granny O Doul: Frankenstein is still alive after 19...Qe8.

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