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Max Weiss vs Constant Ferdinand Burille
USA-06.Congress New York (1889)  ·  Spanish Game: Berlin Defense. Rio de Janeiro Variation (C67)  ·  1-0
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Kibitzer's Corner
Aug-03-05
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  Knight13: Nice game, ... I'll give the move 10. e6 an "!" mark!
Dec-04-14
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  Knight13: 21... f4! seems like the strongest move available in this position, breathing down on the Kingside and, coupled with the potential coordination of Black's two rooks and two Bishops, it should give him good compensation for the lost pawn. He had another chance to play 22... f4, but threw it away with 22... Rgh7?: If, for instance, 23. Ne4 then fxg3 24. Nxg3 Rh2 gives White something to worry about.
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