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Fricis Apsenieks vs Max Euwe
Paris f-A (1924), Paris FRA, rd 8, Jul-??
Four Knights Game: Spanish. Symmetrical Variation (C49)  ·  1-0


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Jul-01-05  Autoreparaturwerkbau: Boy, must have Euwe be surprised by this guy's play ...
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  mifralu: Euwe resigned after < 30.Rxe4 >.


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  Sally Simpson: has also resigns after 30.Rxe4

ChessBase also stops at move 30.

it is possibly added analysis. I'd be keen to leave it attached, possibly added as a note within the game as it is sound and fairly instructive.

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  mifralu: <it is possibly added analysis.>

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Val Zemitis' <"Encyclopedia of Latvian Chessplayers Vol I, p.A-54> also has black resigning after <30.Rxe4>.

The Encyclopedia entry explicitly states that the moves 30...Rxb7 to 35.Rb1 is analysis by <Max Euwe> conducted after the game was over.

"Notes are based on those of M. Euwe."

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I have sent a correction slip.

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This is a very elegant solution, thank you <Annie>!!

<30.Rxe4(Analysis by Max Euwe: 30...Rxb7 31. Rfe1 Rf7 32. Bg3 Qg8 33. Re8 Rf8 34. Rxf8 Qxf8 35. Rb1)1-0>

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<Sally Simpson>

Thank you for this suggestion, which has now become real. Much like Pinnochio:

< is possibly added analysis. I'd be keen to leave it attached, possibly added as a note within the game as it is sound and fairly instructive.>

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