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Arnold Aurbach vs Jose Raul Capablanca
Match (1914), Paris FRA, rd 2, Mar-24
Scotch Game: Schmidt Variation (C45)  ·  0-1

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Aug-26-05  Calli: 23...Qe5! Wonder how far ahead Capablanca saw that one.
Aug-26-05  paladin at large: <Calli> I, for one, could not possibly say (nodding all around) - but Hooper & Brandreth note after 17. ...g6 - "Forced and forcing. Capablanca makes yet another one of his simplifying sequences leading to a won endgame. It all looks simple, but it had to be foreseen."
Aug-26-05  RookFile: Looks like white was a tempo short.
If somehow the pawn was already on h3,
meaning he could play 26. f5 with the pawn already on he, I think he's fine.

But that one tempo, in chess, is so elusive...

Mar-02-09  Comejen: Great talent for Capablanca, so simply, so beautifull!!

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