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Frederic Lazard vs Savielly Tartakower
Paris (1929), Paris FRA, Jun-??
King's Gambit: Falkbeer Countergambit. Nimzowitsch-Marshall Countergambit (C31)  ·  0-1
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Feb-20-09  ungeneral: I think 28. Re1 would have saved the day... Really tentative play by white
May-18-10
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  Arbiter58: <ungeneral: I think 28. Re1 would have saved the day>

I dont think that at all.

28..Rxe1 29 Qxe1 Qxh2+
is forced losing a pawn.

Then either
30 Qe2 Qe5 with clear advantages (30 Qd2 QxQ 31 BxQ Bxa2) or

30 Kb1 (30 Kc1 Qf4+ or 30 Kd1 Qxb2) a3 31 bxa3 Qxa2+ 31 Kc1 Qxa3+ winning as well.

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