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David Janowski vs Charles Jaffe
Jaffe - Janowski (1917/18), New York, NY USA, rd 10, Dec-05
Rubinstein Opening: Classical Defense (D05)  ·  1-0

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Dec-24-04  Knight13: 36... Qe2+?? What a big mistake!
Mar-28-06  Javid Danowski: 36 ... Qe2+ is not a big mistake. There is indeed a perverse logic to it. White is threatening Bg6++ (or Bg6+, if Black plays 36 ... g5 instead). and this and 36 ... Qf3+ are the only ways of preventing immediate mate. However, in the incredibly unlikely event that Janowski had overlooked 37 Bxe2 and played 37 Kh3, White escapes with a draw by 37 ... Qf1+.
Dec-14-08
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  whiteshark: Black was lost anyway, even if he'd played 32...Qc8 instead of 32...h6??

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