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E Viilip vs Paul Keres
Tartu TT (1935), rd 11, Feb-19
Zukertort Opening: Dutch Variation (A04)  ·  0-1



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Oct-06-04  Theoryhack: Very amusing knight on g1 after White's 18th move. Reminds you of the Winter - Capablanca bishop. Cant help thinking Capa would have subsequently played on the queenside here rather than playing the kingside attack.
Apr-23-08  mate2900s: gg by keres the sac is not really evn a sac because the g1 knignt is out of play
Jul-15-08  daniellovesbeer: wow 11..e4 shows a deep positional understanding
Sep-30-11  sicilianhugefun: great finish by the eternal second

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