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Paul Keres vs Braslav Rabar
Munich (1942)  ·  Spanish Game: Closed Variations. Closed Defense (C90)  ·  1-0
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Kibitzer's Corner
May-08-09
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  whiteshark: IMO <17...Qh3!> was worth a try. In the game the black queen remained rather passive.


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Sep-14-11  Catfriend: <whiteshark> I think the queen on h3 would've served as a tempo-winning target for White: 18. Bd1 c6 19. Rg1 and soon the queen retreats, having achieved nothing.

Preferable would be 17..c6, just strengthening the pawns without encouraging White to gather forces in the K-side.

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