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Siegbert Tarrasch vs Vogel
Nuremberg (1910)
Spanish Game: Berlin Defense. Hedgehog Variation (C66)  ·  1-0

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Oct-15-12  Gambit86: As said by GM Lev Alburt in his book A FRESH LOOK AT CHESS this game "is one of the all-time classics."
Sep-17-19  BUNA: The game is indeed a classic, an example of a clean attack against a passive opponent. But you know what is strange?

This game is game number 4 in Tarrasch's influential book "Die moderne Schachpartie" (The contemporary chessgame - 1912) and you can also find it in a couple of soviet chess books (Neistadt's book on Tarrasch, Golenishevs chess courses that inspired Yusupov's book series).

But the german (!) corporation Chessbase has apparently never heard of the game and doesn't include it in their Megabase.

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