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Georges Koltanowski vs Rafael Domenech
Sitges (1934), Sitges ESP, rd 13, Jun-05
Indian Game: Yusupov-Rubinstein System (A46)  ·  1-0
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Aug-13-08  cn1ght: 13... f5 seems like a decent idea in that it pushes back white and grabs more space, but it creates the weak pawn on e6 which ends up being a key point. 15... Rf-d8? in fact even 14... Q-f6 to me looks like a mistake just I don't have any lines as to why. 21 B-b3 seems to be the game ender as Black is left the exchange down with no compensation, in fact White even has the stronger position in my opinion.
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