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Georg Salwe vs Heinrich Wolf
16th DSB Congress, Duesseldorf (1908), Duesseldorf GER, rd 12, Aug-15
Queen Pawn Game: Krause Variation (D02)  ·  1/2-1/2



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Jun-16-05  Beancounter: A textbook example on how to draw a same colour B + P v B endgame when the King is close, but not on the right side of the opposing pawn. The tactic of leaving the Bishop en-prise is identical to Taimanov-Fischer 1960.
Mar-21-09  WhiteRook48: what's that game?
Apr-26-17  Straclonoor: To <Beancounter> it's not example how to draw because below is line from Lomonosov TB7 (1st move = 56th in game) 1... Kc5 2. Bh5 b5 3. Ke6 b4 4. Ke5 Bc2 5. Bf7 a4 6. Be6 a3 7. bxa3 bxa3 8. Ba2 Bd3 9. Kf4 Bc4 10. Bb1 Kd4 11. Kg4 Ke3 12. Kh4 Kd2 13. Kg4 Kc1 14. Be4 a2 15. Bf3 a1=Q 16. Kf5 Qa3 17. Bg2 Qd6 18. Bh1 Kd2 19. Bc6 Qxc6 20. Kf4 Qb6 21. Ke4 Be6 22. Ke5 Bh3 23. Kd5 Kd3 24. Ke5 Qd4#

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