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Akiba Rubinstein vs Leopold Loewy, Sr.
Barmen Main A, GER (1905), Barmen GER, rd 4, Aug-??
Formation: Queen Pawn Game: London System (D02)  ·  1-0


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Mar-29-04  Troewa: Murderous build-up by Rubinstein, slowly eroding black's defences and continuously gaining a better position himself. Black's hopes of counterplay seem to be almost non-existent throughout most of the game.
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  yiotta: 34.Nxd5 steals another pawn, as 34...Nxd5 35.Bxd5 Bxh4 (35...Bxd5 36.Qxg6+ Kg8 37.Re8#)36.Bxf7
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  yiotta: Thanks to Karpova for this collection.
Aug-20-14  residentlegal: Awesome game. His opponent was outpawned and devastated by the rook exchange and follow up tactical play,leaving Rubenstein to own the light and dark squares with the twin bishops and pin his way to victory.
Aug-20-14  ughaibu: "Outpawned and devastated by the rook exchange" is an experiment in idiomatics guaranteed to turbulate the waters. But, after reviewing the game, I get your drift. However, an even stronger impression gained, was that this is the "smoking gun" for the accusations that Fischer and Petrosian pre-arranged all their games. Well, at least all their games against each other.
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  zanzibar: Speaking of idiomatics, I think <turbulate> is pretty good too.

Not to be confused with tubulate:

<tu·bu·late (tby-lt, -lt, ty-) also tu·bu·lat·ed (-ltd) adj.

1. Formed into or resembling a tube; tubular.

2. Having a tube.>

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