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Henri Weenink vs Salo Landau
Amsterdam (1930), Amsterdam NED, rd 1, Feb-16
Pirc Defense: Classical Variation. Two Knights System (B08)  ·  1-0

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Apr-08-04
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  Benzol: If 21...♗xh7 22.♗h6+ ♖g7 23.♗xg7+ ♔f7 24.♘d6+
Apr-08-04  capanegra: Great game.
Aug-11-04  nikolaas: Henri Gerard Weenink (1892-1931) won that tournament before Euwe, Landau, Addicks, Vanden Bosch and Spielmann. Weenink lost to Spielmann (who finished 2nd) but beated all the rest. He got a full point more than the next.
Sep-05-19  sneaky pete: After 16... Nd7


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