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Rudolf Swiderski vs Wilhelm Schwan
27th DCA Congress, Amsterdam (1899), Amsterdam NED, rd 4, Aug-08
Spanish Game: Open Variations. Friess Attack (C80)  ·  1-0



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  al wazir: 11...Be7 12. Rxe7+ Kf8 13. Qd6.

But why couldn't black play 7...Nxe5 or 7...bxa4 ?

Jul-29-07  whiteshark: <But why couldn't black play 7...Nxe5 or 7...bxa4 ?> Both moves are good. Equal chances.
Jul-29-07  whiteshark: <al wazir>: I like this line: <7... Nxe5 8. dxe5 bxa4 9. Qd5 Bb7 10. Qxb7 c6 11. b4 axb3 12. Qxb3 Qa5> =

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Feb-28-10  YoungEd: <al wazir>: I'm not sure 7. ...bxa4 would be good. Play might go 8. ♘xc6 dxc6 9. ♖e1 followed by 10. f3 to win back the piece. Black's pawns would be a mess and his king would still be in the center.
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  Phony Benoni: Looks like Noah's Ark couldn't sail on Schwan's Lake.

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