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Friedrich Saemisch vs Georges Koltanowski
"Samisch Attacks" (game of the day Apr-13-2017)
Spa (1926), Spa BEL, rd 10, Sep-??
King's Indian Defense: Saemisch Variation (E80)  ·  1-0
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Mar-25-09  kaosMaster: Great game by white, well calculated.
Apr-13-17  AlicesKnight: 24.Qxd8 is a nice observation decoying the Black d4 guard; and suddenly Black is retreating in disorder, leading to the error on move 29.
Apr-13-17  An Engliishman: Good Evening: what a great and instructive attack by Saemisch. Black avoids the knight fork and resigns.
Apr-13-17
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  morfishine: The more I look at this game, the less impressed I become and the more disappointed I become in Kolty's play

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Apr-13-17
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  Tal Apprentice: 30...Bxa2 should hold the position.
Apr-13-17  sfm: <morfishine: The more I look at this game, the less impressed I become and the more disappointed I become in Kolty's play> OK, but to my knowledge nobody has ever accused you of being easy to impress.
Apr-14-17
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  morfishine: <sfm: <morfishine: The more I look at this game, the less impressed I become and the more disappointed I become in Kolty's play> OK, but to my knowledge nobody has ever accused you of being easy to impress> True, but I've always achknowledged when I've been impressed...always

...100% of the time

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