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Max Euwe vs Samuel Reshevsky
FIDE World Championship Tournament (1948), The Hague NED, rd 10, Mar-25
Spanish Game: Morphy Defense. Modern Steinitz Defense (C75)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Mar-17-08
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  Knight13: 7. h4 is weird. 20. Nd2 also. Reshevsky wanted White to provoke g4 and he just went right for it.
Mar-17-08
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  RookFile: My opinion is that Euwe had a strong grip on the position and Reshevsky did well to escape with a draw.
Mar-17-08
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  Knight13: Are you serious? I thought Euwe's the one who was suffering. Anyway, yeah, Reshevsky did well. Good counterattack.
Mar-18-08  Resignation Trap: Euwe missed his chance to win with 44.Re2?

Instead, 44.Nf6 Nf4 45.Ne4 should allow White to consolidate his position.

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