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Siegbert Tarrasch vs Curt von Bardeleben
DSB-07.Kongress (1892), Dresden GER, rd 9, Jul-23
Russian Game: Classical Attack (C42)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Oct-15-17  cwcarlson: 26.♘f6?=; 26.g3 ♕a4 27.♘f6+-
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  offramp: <cwcarlson: 26.♘f6?=; 26.g3 ♕a4 27.♘f6+->

It is amazing that after 26. g3 the queen's only safe square is a4. If 26...Qg5 27. Nf6+.


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Now 27...Kf8 is impossible owing to 28. Nxh7+ forking the king and queen. So 27...Kh8, but that loses a piece to 28. Nxe8, because the knight on g7 is pinned.

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