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Old May 5th 18, 07:26 PM
SARAR SARAR is offline
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Talking Jan Ljubek Is Not Ljupco Steriev!!!

THIS NONE-SENSE WAS WRITTEN BY STAN VAUGHAN WHO HAD BEEF WITH LUPCO! LUPCO DEFEATED HIM IN CORRESPONDENCE PLAY:

[Event "The WCA/WCF Correspondence Match"]
[Site "USA, Chicago, Illinois/USA, Nevada, North Las Vegas"]
[Date "8/8/99-4/30/2000"]
[White "NM Vaughan Stan"]
[Black "NM Steriev Ljupce/Lupco/Ljupce"]
[Result "0-1"]

1. d2-d4 g8-f6
2. c2-c4 e7-e6
3. b1-c3 b7-b6
4. e2-e4 f8-b4
5. f1-d3 c8-b7
6. d1-f3 c7-c5
7. d4-d5 b4xc3+
8. b2xc3 d7-d6
9. c1-g5 b8-d7
10. g5-f4 d8-e7
11. g1-e2 e8-g8 {when is best time to castle, just like when to play B2, G2 bishops is one of chess' unsolved mysteries, positional or open tactics & strategies; here black's perfect play is slowly turning into masterpiece!}
12. e1-g1 e6-e5
13. f4-g5 h7-h6
14. g5-h4 e7-e8
15. f1-d1 g8-h8
16. d3-c2 f6-g8
17. c2-a4 g8-e7
18. e2-g3 e7-g6
19. g3-f5 g6xh4
20. f5xh4 e8-d8
21. h4-f5 d7-f6
22. f3-g3 g7-g6
23. f5xh6 f6xe4
24. g3-e3 e4-g5
25. h2-h4 g5-h7
26. e3-g3 d8-f6
27. h6-g4 f6-e7
28. g4-e3 f8-g8
29. h4-h5 g6xh5
30. g3-h3 g8-g5
31. g1-f1 a8-g8
32. a4-d7 h7-f6
33. d7-f5 f6-e8
34. h3-h4 e8-g7
35. h4-e4 e7-f6
36. f5-h7 g8-f8
37. e4-c2 f6-h6
38. h7-d3 e5-e4
39. d3xe4 f7-f5
40. e4-f3 f5-f4
41. d1-e1 f4xe3
42. e1xe3 g7-f5
43. e3-e6 g5-g6
44. e6-e4 f8-g8
45. f1-e2 h6-f8
46. a1-h1 h5-h4
47. g2-g4 f5-h6
48. h1xh4 f8-f6
49. h4-h3 b7-c8
50. c2-d2 g8-f8
51. d2-e3 h8-g8
52. h3xh6 g6xh6
53. g4-g5 f6xf3+
54. e3xf3 f8xf3
55. g5xh6 f3-f8
56. e4-e7 c8-a6
57. e2-d3 f8-f7
58. e7-e6 f7xf2
59. e6xd6 f2-f4
60. d6-d8+ g8-h7
61. a2-a4 h7xh6
62. d5-d6 a6xc4+
63. d3-e3 f4-f7
64. a4-a5 b6-b5
65. e3-e4 h6-g5
66. d8-h8 a7-a6
67. h8-h2 f7-f4+
68. e4-e3 f4-f5
69. h2-d2 f5-e5+
70. e3-f2 e5-e8
71. d6-d7 e8-d8
72. d2-d6 g5-f4
73. d6xa6 d8xd7
74. a6-c6 d7-d2+
75. f2-e1 f4-e3
76. c6-g6 d2-e2+
77. e1-d1 c4-b3+
78. d1-c1 e2-a2
79. g6-g5 e3-d3
80. g5xc5 a2xa5
81. c1-b2 b3-c4
82. c5-h5 a5-a2+
83. b2-b1 d3xc3
84. h5-h3+ c3-d4
85. h3-h4+ d4-c5
86. h4-h5+ c4-d5
87. h5-f5 a2-e2
88. b1-c1 b5-b4
89. f5-f8 b4-b3
90. f8-d8 c5-b4
91. c1-d1 d5-c4
92. d8-b8+ b4-c3
93. b8-c8 e2-e4
94. c8-h8 b3-b2
95. h8-h3+ c4-d3
96. h3xd3+ c3-c4
97. d1-c2 e4-e2+
98. d3-d2 e2xd2+
99. c2xd2 b2-b1Q {vaughan's position was unstable, unbalanced long before the endgame}
100. d2-e2 b1-d3+
101. e2-f2 c4-d4
102. f2-g2 d4-e3
103. g2-h3 d3-g6
104. h3-h4 e3-f3 {Only careful play and precise order of moves won this game for Steriev, there were many traps for a theoretical draw that were well avoided! Kudos-bravo, bravisimo!!! Stan Vaughan TOTALLY SUX!!!}
105. h4-h3 g6-g3 ##