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David Janowski vs Aron Nimzowitsch
Semmering (1926), Semmering AUT, rd 8, Mar-17
Trompowsky Attack: General (A45)  ·  0-1

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Feb-16-04  drukenknight: matein: thanks for linkning to this game, do you see any similarities in this opening and the last one I posted? The isolated b pawn, the Q on a4, the pinned pawn, the list goes on. In fact in the last one I showed, blacks Q was able to penetrate the b file and threaten the R and in this game, whites Q might have been able to threaten the R. COinicedence?

Anyhow, look how Janowski messes this up. He finally decided to drop material and go on the attack. Then immediately after he is down in material why doesnt he follow it up with a check?

May-03-11
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  profK: I think the humble 16.Qf6 allows any number of advantages to be slowly assembled....fortune did not favour the brave !!
Oct-08-13  estrick: Wow, it took me forever to see why White resigned here.

This would make a decent Tuesday or Wednesday puzzle.

May-05-15  sobic: 32. gxf4 Rg8 and white can't stop the checkmate. Nice finish.

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