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Friedrich Saemisch vs Jindrich Engel
Brno (1928), Brno CSR, Sep-??
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Saemisch Variation. Accelerated (E24)  ·  1-0
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Jun-18-03  morphynoman2: Nice attack. At least two great moves: 21. e5!! and 24. Ne7!!
Jan-12-09  Antonius Blok: I'ts incredible how Engel didn't directly eliminate the white knight on f5 with his bishop!

Letting him the choice to refuse the exchange was too dangerous!!

Jan-12-09  TheaN: 24.Ne7! Qxe7 25.Rh8! Kxh8 (Kf7 with either 26.Bg6 Kxg6 27.Qh5 1-0 or 26.Qh5 g6 27.Qxg6) 26.Qh5 Kg8 27.Qh7 Kf7 28.Bg6 1-0

Great attack.

Jan-12-09  TheaN: What do you mean, Blok? 23....Bxf5? Or earlier? Because after that comes 24.Bxf5 gxh6? 25.Be6 , without any good defense. Black is as good as gone on move 20....
Jan-12-09  Antonius Blok: <TheaN> First time he set down on f5 19.Nf5 ... Bang Bang Bxf5.

Jan-13-09  TheaN: Yeah, true, as that's before move 20 :). However, after Rxf5, Black's position is pretty crushable. And Samisch would have crushed that. Take note that even then, White is a short while going to play e5 with a Rook to the flank.
Aug-10-09
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  whiteshark: Black player is Jindrich Engel !!

See also http://www.rogerpaige.me.uk/tables1... for Brno 1928 crosstable

* correction submitted

Jun-12-15
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  fredthebear: This is game #68 in "Masters of the Chessboard" by Richard Reti. It's one of the classic chess books that will instruct and inspire you.
Jun-12-15
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  keypusher: <fredthebear: This is game #68 in "Masters of the Chessboard" by Richard Reti. It's one of the classic chess books that will instruct and inspire you.>

Stop spamming. And <Masters of the Chessboard> is the most overrated "classic" in the history of the game.

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