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Fyodor Duz-Khotimirsky vs Vsevolod Rauzer
"Rabble Rauzer" (game of the day Aug-14-2013)
USSR Championship (1927), Moscow URS, rd 3, Sep-28
Slav Defense: Exchange Variation (D10)  ·  1-0

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Oct-16-09  eric the Baptist: type 'FEMA camps' into a search engine. you may be stunned at the results. Oh yeah, Rauzer is a chump
Aug-14-13  YoungEd: Kind of odd that even after a discovered check Black has no defense to ...♗e7.
Aug-14-13
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  al wazir: 19...Be4+ 20. Kf1 f6 21. Bd6+ Kf7 22. Be8+ Kg8 23. Bg6#.
Aug-14-13  kellmano: Another game by this guy which sadly does not use 'Dus spake Chotimirsky'. A pun better than I could come up with which someone suggested for his other recent game.

Nice game. A pure race of the attacks.

Aug-14-13  kellmano: And I have just googled FEMA camps. Interesting stuff, though I don't know how it relates to Rauzer.
Aug-14-13
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  kevin86: Both players have discovered checks in the offing,but white's carries a mate threat.
Aug-14-13  sayceman: Could someone help explain? Why not:

if ...Be4+

then
20. Kf1 Ne3+ (21. Ke1 Qg1+ 22. Kd2 Nf1+ 23. Kc3 h6 and black has avoided mate or losing the queen)

or

20. Kf2 Qg2+ 21. Ke1 Qg1+ 22. Kd2 h6 and the black Queen is similarly out of trouble with good opportunities to attack?

Aug-14-13
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  keypusher: <sayceman>

If 19....Be4+ 20.Kf1 Nxe3+ can't White just play 21.Qxe3?

If Black takes the queen, he gets mated; if 21....Qg2+ then 22.Ke1 23.Qh1+ 24.Bf1.

Aug-14-13  MarkFinan: Black just blunders his way to a loss!
Id like to play this guy :)
Feb-16-20
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  Messiah: <eric the Baptist: type 'FEMA camps' into a search engine. you may be stunned at the results.> what the
Feb-16-20  sudoplatov: Actually, "Dus Sprach Chotimirsky" refers to Fyodor Ivanovich naming the Dragon Variation.

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