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Hermann von Gottschall vs Aron Nimzowitsch
Hannover (1926), Hannover GER, rd 2, Aug-10
French Defense: Schlechter Variation (C00)  ·  0-1
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Jun-17-05  Knight13: The passed e-pawn really killed White here. Good endgame play by Black.
Jun-14-06  BadTemper: 45 Re7 looks good
Jun-14-06  RookFile: <BadTemper: 45 Re7 looks good>

Does black reply with 45... Rb3 ?

Sep-30-07
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  gambitfan: An interesting French Defense game annotated by Raymond Keene
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