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Fred Reinfeld vs Albert Simonson
USA-ch (1938), New York, NY USA, rd 7, Apr-10
Sicilian Defense: Richter-Rauzer. Neo-Modern Variation Early deviations (B62)  ·  0-1

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Dec-22-11  King Death: I'm not an expert on the theory of the Rauzer but 8.Rd1 makes it look like White touched his rook first when he went to castle and the <TD> made him move it. That damn <technical draw> strikes again!
Dec-22-11
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  technical draw: Hey! That wasn't me! Not all TD's are technical draws you know.
Sep-08-19
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  perfidious: Same as <King Death>, I claim no great knowledge of the Rauzer, but White's eighth move looks bizarre, although it has been tried by some quite competent players.

Side note: sorry to see <td> has left the site. Fine sense of humour and one of the good guys in the parts.

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Round 7 -- 10 Apr 1938
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