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Egil Jacobsen vs Friedrich Saemisch
Copenhagen (1923), Copenhagen DEN, rd 2, Mar-04
Caro-Kann Defense: Bronstein-Larsen Variation (B16)  ·  0-1



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Aug-12-04  kingrook: on move 7 why dosent white triple blacks pawn with bishop takes f5
Aug-12-04  lashellde90: i want to play
Aug-13-04  Lawrence: <lashellde90>, this is a site to study chess and solve the world's problems but we don't play chess right here. On the Home Page there's a box in the righthand column that says "Play Chess." There you'll find all sorts of chessplaying sites.
Aug-14-04  tayer: <kingrook> After 7. ♗xf5 black can play 7. ... ♕a5+ and 8. ... ♕xf5 to avoid the triple ♙s
Nov-04-18  Saniyat24: Egil hunting...! :P
Nov-04-18  Saniyat24: Egil Jacobsen set two deadly traps by playing 28.Re6+ and 29.Rd6+...both times Saemisch was alert to the danger of taking the rook and moved his King away. If 28...Ke6 then 29.Qb3+ wins the black rook and if 29...Kd6 then 30.Nc4+ grabs the black queen...

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