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Akiba Rubinstein vs Erich Cohn
Karlsbad (1907), Karlsbad (Karlovy Vary) AUH, rd 18, Sep-13
Queen Pawn Game: Sarratt Attack (D00)  ·  1-0

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Dec-30-04
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  beatgiant: 36...Rxe5+ looks like a big improvement. I don't see any reason to fear the possible pawn ending after 36...Rxe5+ 37. Re4 Kd6.
Sep-27-05  BreakOnThru: Hmm, Im currently studying rook endings, and came across this game.

I think that 36...Rxe5 is much better than 36...fxe5.

As after 36...Rxe5 37.Kd3 Rg5 38.g3 Rh5 39.h4 Rf5 40.Re4+ Kd7 41.Kd4 g6 42. b4 Rf3 43.Re3 Rxe3 44.Kxe3 Kd6 45.Ke4 f5+ which I believe is better for black.

I'll put this through Fritz and see what it thinks.

Jul-30-09  WhiteRook48: the outcome of getting into an ending against Rubinstein
Mar-06-12  joegalby: played this game on guess the move missed 44.g3 and a few others and scored 135 but ive probably seen this game before as im a big akiva fan i have to say though trying to think of his next move instead of just playing thru hundreds of games rather too quickly was fantastic !
Dec-06-21
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  plang: 4..c5 had been played in Maroczy-Martinovic Vienna 1907 and White went on to win; 4..Bd6 was new. Marin provides extensive analysis on several winning methods for White in response to the alternative 40..g6: ie. 41 Rxh7..Rxc3 42 Ra7..Rc6 43 Rg7..Kf6 44 Rb7. In his analysis as well as in the game continuation the greater activity of the White king and rook is decisive.
Dec-06-21  ndg2: A London played in Karlsbad!

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