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Palle Ravn vs Julius Kozma
WchT U26 04th (1957), Reykjavik, rd 10, Jul-11
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Ragozin Defense (E46)  ·  0-1

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Dec-13-06  black knight c6: This is a nice example of how quite an even looking postition at move 13 is actually completely won for black. The two bishops, the knight and the queen all have easy access to the kingside, making it pretty unstoppable. Gotta look out for these in-game.
Dec-13-06  Sydro: Blacks attack is only winning because white played the bad move 14.Ne2? Had he played 14.Nd5 and continues like the game 14...Nh2 15.Re1 Bxh3 16.gxh3 Qxh3 and now 17.Re3(14.Ne2 makes this needed move impossible.)


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White is now safe but black can force perpetual check with 17...Nf3+ 18.Rxf3 Bh2+ 19.Kh1 Bg3+ 20.Kg1 Bh2+

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