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Fyodor Duz-Khotimirsky vs Georg Salwe
Karlsbad (1911), Karlsbad (Karlovy Vary) AUH, rd 5, Aug-26
Tarrasch Defense: Prague Variation (D33)  ·  1-0



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Nov-11-09  badenbaden: Esta partida fue premiada, según F. Le Lionnais: «Les PriX de Beaute aux Echecs»
Nov-11-09  badenbaden: ¡Bonita táctica!
Jan-08-10  wordfunph:

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22...Rxd4 is better!
22...f5?? was the turning point of the game..

black is ok after 22...Rxd4

Mar-29-10  Rama: I can't see what is wrong with 29. ... Kxd6. On any check the K goes back to c5.
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  Phony Benoni: <Rama>: After 29...Kxd6 30.Re6+ Kc5 we have this position:

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With the rook out of the way, 31.Qc2+ is decisive. 31...Kd4 32.Re4#, and any move to the b-file allows 32.Qb3+ winning the queen.

Mar-29-10  1. h4: <Rama>

You're not analyzing far enough.

After 29...Kxd6, 30.Re6+ wins, e.g. 30...Kc5 31.Qc2+ Kb4 (31...Kd4 32.Re4#) 32.Qb3+ and 33.Qxb7, when Black not only has lost his Queen, which is, of course, hopeless, he's going to be mated soon!

Mar-29-10  1. h4: Ah! <Phony> beat me to it. :0
Apr-05-10  Rama: Yes, I missed Qc2+! didn't I. Just shows I'm analyzing far below my peak strength. Thanks for chipping in.

There were some great games in ths tournament; I've been going through it for a month or so and Dus was no slouch.

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