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Siegbert Tarrasch vs Max Kuerschner
Nuremberg (1889), Nuremberg GER
Rubinstein Opening: Classical Defense (D05)  ·  1-0

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Aug-03-05
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  Honza Cervenka: 26.Rxh7! is a pretty winning shot.
Apr-03-19  Violin sonata: Not often we seeing the games that are so beautiful like this but so less kibitz, with an unorthodox opening and played by Dr. Tarrasch.

I had experience playing this type of opening but unlike this game, I did not open the h-file and push the pawn forward but instead my opponent choose for a queen side castled, and whether I should also doing the same and push the pawn forward?

Apr-03-19
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  fredthebear: Oh my! Yes, Tarrasch provides a beautiful display of the various chess pieces harmoniously hunting the opposing king. Here are pawn thrusts, a rook lift and sacrifice, raking/Horwitz bishops, centralized knights (octopus finish), and her majesty at the tip of the lance forcing flight with multiple checks!

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