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Gyula Breyer vs Rudolf Spielmann
Gothenburg (1920), Gothenburg SWE, rd 6, Aug-09
Queen Pawn Game: Stonewall Attack (D00)  ·  1-0

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Apr-08-05  Runemaster: Poor old Spielmann didn't seem to have much of an idea in this opening. Breyer had a 3-1 record against him according to the database - the proto-hypermodernist was evidently difficult for Spielmann to deal with.

At the end, the zwischenzug 22.axb5 finished Black off. He resigned because both his knights are under attack and White has an evil-looking group of passed pawns on the queen side.

Apr-08-05  paladin at large: Exchanging queens was very bad by Spielmann, being down two pawns with a weak pawn structure and no compensation in the way of counterplay. Heady play by Breyer with his king to wrap it up.

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