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Ernest William Brose vs Lajos Steiner
AUS-ch (1946), Adelaide AUS
Queen's Indian Defense: Kasparov Variation (E12)  ·  0-1



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Jan-20-22  optimal play: 33...Rg3! wins

White has no adequate response.

If 34.hxg3 then 34...fxg3 35.Qxg3 Qxg3 followed by 36...Rh5 & 37...Rh2 ∓

Lajos Steiner retained his title, winning the 1946/47 Australian Chess Championship.

<STUDIES IN CONCENTRATION at the All-Australia Chess Congress now being played at the Adelaide High School.>

<<ABOVE (from left) - E. W. Brose (S.A. State champion), 16-year-old David Bowman (S.A.), playing a practice game, Lajos Steiner (N.S.W.), holder of the Australian title. LEFT - C. J. S. Purdy (N.S.W.), a former champion.>

- News (Adelaide, SA) Fri 27 Dec 1946>

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