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Friedrich Saemisch vs Max Euwe
Wiesbaden (1925), Wiesbaden GER, rd 4, Apr-08
King's Indian Defense: Four Pawns Attack. Dynamic Attack (E76)  ·  0-1
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Aug-19-07  sanyas: 500 Master Games of Chess gives this as taking place in Wiesbaden. Apparently this game was instrumental in showing that an extended pawn center can be weak.
Aug-19-07
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  whiteshark: <sanyas> Right you are! It's also <Wiesbaden> in a Dutch Euwe biography.

double round, 4 participants:

1. (4.5 pts) Euwe

2. (3.0 pts) Rudolf Spielmann

3. (2.5 pts) George Shories

4. (2.0 pts) Friedrich Samisch

Aug-19-07
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  whiteshark: <sanyas> Instead of playing <13. Bxg4> white is sacrifying a piece to get a strong center.
Aug-19-07  sanyas: Is the center really as strong as it looks? Black won, after all. I read your profile. A good piece of general advice.
May-31-08  Xeroxx: for some reason I dont like the g2-g4-gxh5 idea.

Nice benoni from Uhhrrv-ve.

May-23-13  Cemoblanca: Great game by "The Doctor".

There's an ultra-provocative play by Fischer VS Letelier, Leipzig Olympiad 1960: 4...0-0 5.e5 Ne8 6.f4 d6! 7.Be3 c5! 8.dxc5 Nc6 with excellent counterplay.

Letelier vs Fischer, 1960

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