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Lajos Steiner vs Walther von Holzhausen
Berlin Cafe Koenig (1928), Berlin GER, rd 8, Sep-30
Philidor Defense: Nimzowitsch. Rellstab Variation (C41)  ·  1-0



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  tpstar: Palmer-Skidmore (Kalamazoo 9/4/06): Johnny take a walk (1. e4 e5) with your sister the moon (2. Nf3 d6)/Let her pale light in (3. d4 Nf6) to fill up your room (4. de Nxe4)/You've been living underground (5. Qd5 Nc5) eating from a can (6. Bg5 Be7)/You've been running away (7. ed Qxd6) from what you don't understand (8. Nc3 0-0) - love (9. Qxd6 Bxd6)/She's slippery (9. 0-0-0 already ;>D), you're sliding down (10. 0-0-0 a6)/She'll be there (11. Bc4 Nc6) when you hit the ground (12. Rhe1 Bg4)/It's alright (13. h3 Bf5), it's alright (14. g4 Bd7), it's alright [14. Bd5 Rae8 ]/She moves in mysterious ways (15. Be3 Rad8)/Johnny take a dive (16. a3 b5) with your sister in the rain (17. Bd5 b4)/Let her talk about the things (18. ab Nxb4) you can't explain (19. Nd4 Nxd5)/To touch is to heal (20. Nxd5 Rb8), to hurt is to steal [20 ... Rfe8 21. Bg5 f6 22. Bf4 Rxe1 23. Rxe1 Bxf4+ 24. Nxf4 =]/If you want to kiss the sky (21. Nf5 Bxf5), better learn how to kneel (22. gxf5 Rb5) - on your knees boy (23. f6 Be5?)/She's the wave [23 ... Ne6 ], she turns the tide (24. c4 Nb3+)/She sees the man inside the child (25. Kc2 Rb7)/It's alright (26. fg), it's alright [26. Rd3!? Na5 27. b3 c6 28. Ne7+ Kh8 29. fg+ Bxg7 ], it's alright (26 ... Bxg7)/She moves in mysterious ways (27. Rg1 Kh8)

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One day you'll look (28. Rxg7 Kxg7) back and you'll see (29. Rg1+ Kh8)/Where you were held (30. Bg5 h5?) how by this love [30 ... f5 31. Bf6+ Rxf6 32. Nxf6 Rb8 ]/While you could stand there (31. Bf6+ Kh7)/You could move on this moment (32. Ne7 Nd4+), follow this feeling (33. Bxd4 f6)/It's alright (34. Nd5 c5), it's alright (35. Nxf6+ Kh8), it's alright (36. Bc3 Rg7)/She moves in mysterious ways (37. Rxg7 Kxg7)/Lift my days (38. Nd7+), light up my nights (1-0) - U2 + Fritz 7, "Mysterious Ways"

Nov-20-06  ARival: <tpstar> hi! would 30.Nf6 be any good in your game?

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