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Akiba Rubinstein vs Max Euwe
London (1922), London ENG, rd 11, Aug-14
Indian Game: Kingside Fianchetto (A48)  ·  1-0



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Sep-27-06  paladin at large: Fine handling of the pawns throughout by Rubinstein. 19....Qa4 looks to have been a waste of time by young Max.
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  whiteshark: <32... Reb8> Jammer, met 32... Ra6 ! had zwart uitstekende winstkansen hehouden.
Jan-22-08  paladin at large: Let's see <whiteshark> the Dutch is that "32.....Reb8 is a shame, because with 32.....Ra6! (I) would have gotten outstanding winning chances." ?
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  whiteshark: <paladin at large> That's rather scary than strange as I don't speak any Dutch.

The only rationale explication is that I've been a spiritual medium for Euwe then.

For the ♖endgame. It's drawish.

Jan-26-08  paladin at large: <whiteshark> Egad. I hope Euwe is not offended.
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  whiteshark: <paladin at large> Nee, ik ben het niet.
Jun-19-22  tbontb: Rubinstein over-presses and (as noted above) Euwe misses an opportunity for advantage with 32....Ra6 33.Rb3 bxa5. The losing error is then 35....Rxb5 (better Ra8), completely misjudging the position. At the end 39....g5 loses immediately but even after the plausible line 39....Kd6 40.Kf1 Ke7 41.Ke2 Ke6 42.f3 White is able to win.

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