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Paul Keres vs Kurt Paul Otto Joseph Richter
Munich Olympiad (1936), Munich GER, rd 7, Aug-21
Zukertort Opening: Dutch Variation (A04)  ·  1-0
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Dec-31-11  Nerwal: The way Keres deals with the position from 29. b4 onwards is nothing short of amazing and makes you wonder how far he calculated; he made it look like just a forced win, but the winning line is 30 moves long and white wins by only one tempo at the end ! It's hard not to agree with Dvoretsky. Very, very few players would have chosen this path of converting the advantage, but it's incredibly forcing and elegant.
Sep-27-13  rccomputacion: pudo y debio tomar el peon en el movimiento 24 pero no lo hizo... creo que porque el alfil blanco de las negra no tenia buen apoyo
Sep-27-13  rccomputacion: PERDON , ME REFERIA A Richter... żżżALGUIEN LEE ESTOS COMENTARIOS EN EL IDIOMA DEL DANTE???
Sep-28-13  clma55: Rccomputacion esta es la lengua de Cervantes, la de Dante es el italiano..
Sep-03-16  tallike: @Nerwal in what book Dvoretsky analyses this game?
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