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Port of Spain

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Buenos Aires

confusion within the competition. Some teams withdrew, others refused to play teams from certain countries. Both Graf and Menchik played the entire tournament. Graf won 16 games and lost 3. In her game against Menchik, Graf lost after achieving a winning position, something she always regretted ("against Menchik, when she was world champion, I had a won game, but I found the three stupidest moves you could think of and lost."—''New Yorker'', September 19, 1964). Following


Poland

;, the international flag. In September, with the tournament still in progress, Germany invaded Poland, unleashing World War II and causing unprecedented confusion within the competition. Some teams withdrew, others refused to play teams from certain countries. Both Graf and Menchik played the entire tournament. Graf won 16 games and lost 3. In her game against Menchik, Graf lost after achieving a winning position, something she always regretted ("against Menchik, when she was world

'''Bogdan Śliwa''' in 1957 (1957 in sports) in Gotha (Gotha (town)), Germany. Named in allusion to the celebrated immortal game played 106 years thither, the game saw Śliwa, playing with the white pieces, earn the exchange (the exchange (chess)) and a winning position by the sixteenth move and thereafter avoid a series of elegant traps set by Bronstein in an effort to swindle (Swindle (chess)) a win or draw. '''Aleje Jerozolimskie''' (literally ''Jerusalem Avenues'') is one of the principal streets of the city of Warsaw in Poland. It runs through the City Centre (Warszawa-Śródmieście) along the East-West axis, linking the western borough of Wola with the bridge on the Vistula River and the borough of Praga on the other side of the river. '''Lake Drwęca''' (Polish (Polish language): ''Jezioro Drwęckie'', German (German language): ''Drewenzer See'', WikiPedia:Poland Commons:Category:Poland Dmoz:Regional Europe Poland


Netherlands

up with an easily winning position". Boris Avrukh, ''1.d4 Volume Two'', Quality Chess, 2010, p. 551. ISBN 978-1-906552-33-6. Watson writes that although 7.Qf5! is the "traditional" refutation and does indeed win, "the analysis is complicated", and Spinhoven's 8.Nf3! "is clearer". John Watson (John L. Watson), ''Mastering the Chess Openings, Volume 4'', Gambit Publications, 2010, p. 96. ISBN 978-1-906454-19-7. ref>


Germany

services , borders, and traffic of foreigners (human trafficking) (which were essentially the tasks of the fifth section). Hübner's approach German (Germany) grandmaster (Grandmaster (chess)) Robert Hübner prefers an even more specific and restrained use of move evaluation symbols: "I have attached question marks to the moves which change a winning position into a drawn game, or a drawn position into a losing one, according to my judgment; a move which changes a winning game into a losing one deserves two question marks ... I have distributed question marks in brackets to moves which are obviously inaccurate and significantly increase the difficulty of the player's task ... There are no exclamation marks, as they serve no useful purpose. The best move should be mentioned in the analysis in any case; an exclamation mark can only serve to indicate the personal excitement of the commentator." ''Twenty-five Annotated Games'', published by Edition Marco, Verlag Arno Nickel, Berlin, 1996, pp. 7-8. From Prome, they retreated southeast through the jungles of the Pegu Yomas. Eleven days after leaving Prome, they reached a village called Wata about Commons:Category:Germany Wikipedia:Germany Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany


Soviet Union

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India

after qualifying as a barrister, Cochrane decided to make his career in India. Before he left, however, he took a leading part for the London team in the early stages of a correspondence match (correspondence chess) against an Edinburgh team, which lasted from 1824 to 1828, and which the Edinburgh team won. The best-known game of this match was the second, in which, according to Howard Staunton, the London team optained a winning position by following Cochrane's plan


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