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Georges Koltanowski vs Brian Patrick Reilly
Barcelona (1935), Barcelona ESP, Jun-??
Indian Game: Yusupov-Rubinstein System (A46)  ·  1-0
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Aug-13-08  cn1ght: Brilliant game I think. 22. RXc6 was beautiful then 24. N-d4 leads to mate if Black does not take, or wins the Black queen depending on which variation I shove into sigma Chess. With attacks in the queen pawn games like this, who needs the King's Gambit?
Dec-12-14  Blind Pigs: Kolty had many brilliant Bxh7+ sac games, which flow from this opening like hot lava.
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