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David Przepiorka vs Aron Nimzowitsch
Kecskemet (1927), Kecskemet HUN, rd 2, Jun-27
Queen's Indian Defense: Kasparov Variation (E12)  ·  0-1

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Dec-08-05  chesscrazy: Nice annotations.
Nov-21-08  norcist: Interesting I let crafty run on the position after the "powerful" 19...h5 and it gives, oddly, a slight edge to white (I happen to agree with Nimzo...black must be at least marginally better here) and it is not until the shockingly stupid 20.e4? that black obtains a clear advantage. The point is that I wonder if blacks doubling of his rooks on the f-file wasn't a waste of time (given a stronger opponent)as after 20.e3 h4 21.gxh4 (not Kg2) white appears to be holding his own.
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  plang: 11 Rd1 had been played in the draw Gruenfeld-Nimzovich Baden-Baden 1925; 11 b4 was new. Despite Nimzovich's analysis quoted above White appears fine up through 17..Rf7. White did nothing the next few moves to prepare for Black's kingside mobilization. This,still, might have been acceptable if not for the howler 20 e4? opening the file for Black's rooks; a move really difficult to explain. 22 h3? was equally bad creating fatal weaknesses.

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