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Max Euwe vs Salomon Flohr
Match (1932), Amsterdam/Karlsbad m ;HCL 28, rd 10, Aug-13
French Defense: Classical. Burn Variation Morozevich Line (C11)  ·  1-0
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Jul-27-05  A.Alekhine: Euwe totally exposed Flohr's kingside for his exploitation and eventually Flohr gave in after realising he's in a bad position..
Jul-25-07  vizir: would make a nice puzzle

28...Qa5 29.b4 Qxa3 30.Nxd5+ and 31.Qxa3

or

28...Qd6 29.Qf6+ Ke8 30.Rg8+ xf8

Mar-03-09  rchczrms: Perhaps a quicker kill like 28...Qa5 29.Qf7+ where taking the Queen leads to mate.
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