Nezhmetdinov and the Hungarians

Nezhmetdinov and the Hungarians

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13 Apr 15

I bought a pack of playing cards hoping to
find pictures of Hungarian chess players......

Instead I find a wonderful piece of treasure that has
lain buried in a Nezhmetdinov game since 1948.

it's not the Queen sac game. Mention Nezhmetdinov
and everyone thinks of or shows the Queen sac game.
(There is a Queen winning trap in it that RHP players delight in falling into.)

My Knight sac in the Blackburne Trap may not be sound.
(90% of my suggested sacs are probably unsound.)

The RHP Hall of Horror which I'm thinking of calling Bela Lugossi's Favourite Games.

The Rubik Cube, The Simpsons....

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e4

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15 Apr 15
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Finally figured out the game for this pack of 33 cards.

The key was actually Bela Lugossi.

Printed on the top right corner of each card are symbols.
A camera, a light bulb, musical notes etc.....
But there is only one 'Dracula' symbol - Bela Lugossi's.

So you deal out the entire pack and play then goes along the
same lines as 'Old Maid' in the case the Maid being Bela Lugossi.

You could do a Chess Players Pack running with the same
'Old's Maid' idea. The symbol could be a national flag and
the info could be a brief bio etc...

But who would be the 'Dracula?'

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23 Apr 15

Originally posted by greenpawn34
Finally figured out the game for this pack of 33 cards.

The key was actually Bela Lugossi.

Printed on the top right corner of each card are symbols.
A camera, a light bulb, musical notes etc.....
But there is only one 'Dracula' symbol - Bela Lugossi's.

So you deal out the entire pack and play then goes along the
same lines as 'Old Maid' in t ...[text shortened]... be a national flag and
the info could be a brief bio etc...

But who would be the 'Dracula?'
Russ, obviously. Among members here he's unique.

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