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Friedrich Saemisch vs Richard Teichmann
"Two Pawns Beat A Rook" (game of the day Oct-17-2018)
Teplitz-Schönau (1922), Teplice-Sanov CSR, rd 9, Oct-11
Queen's Gambit Declined: Orthodox Defense. Main Line (D63)  ·  0-1


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Nov-29-09  psmith: 45...? would be a nice Tuesday or Wednesday puzzle.
Nov-29-09  psmith: Earlier, 25...d4 looks strong (Fritz 5.32).
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  al wazir: 58. Rg6+ Ke5 59. Rxh6? Qg4+ 60. Kh2 Qf4+.
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  piltdown man: Another hilarious pun.
Oct-17-18  Ironmanth: Nice grind down! Classic game; I like much of Teichmann's play in his time. Thanks, chessgames!
Oct-17-18  get Reti: Is a three time repetition claimable even many moves after it happens? That's what the notation on the right side of the board seems to say.
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  TheTamale: <get Reti>: Maybe it means Black has the option of claiming a draw by checking again...? Not sure why the message lingers for so long, interesting.
Oct-17-18  saturn2: In rhe pawn constellation after move 46 (c4 d3) the only way for a white rook to stop both pawns is to be on the d file behind the d pawn. (Rd4,...Rd8)
Oct-17-18  trnbg: I don't understand why White hung on so long. He should have resigned much earlier.
Oct-17-18  dumbgai: In the endgame black actually needs his f pawn to win. Without it white would be able to hold the position with a roll against a queen because he has a fortress.
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  perfidious: <get Reti: Is a three time repetition claimable even many moves after it happens?>

No dice.

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