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Friedrich Saemisch vs Klaus Junge
Duras 60 mem (1942), Prague, Sep-??
Spanish Game: Closed Variations. Closed Defense (C96)  ·  0-1
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Jun-02-08
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  lost in space: Junge as Black was able to get an equalized game (starting with 14...d5! as key move. 15. exd5 Bxd5 Nxe5 Bd6 =)}

After move 41 Black had a bit of an advantage due to the better ♗ (most propably not enough for a win)


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White played 42. c4?? b4! 43. axb4 ♔xb4 follwed by a5 and ♗a6 - + or 43. a4 a5 Δ ♗d7 and ♔d4 - +

Jun-02-08
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  lost in space: One mistake in my previous post: After 42. c4? b4! White lost due to time. The moves > 43 are therfore not part of the game but variants
Apr-04-10
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  whiteshark: This quiet game eventually settled down into an equal Bishop endgame. Unexpectedly, however, Sämisch committed a crude technical error, after which his position became hopeless.
Apr-09-11
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  lost in space: <<whiteshark>: This quiet game eventually settled down into an equal Bishop endgame. Unexpectedly, however, Sämisch committed a crude technical error, after which his position became hopeless.>

True, <whiteshark>is able to say things in one sentence were I need half a dozen of variants.

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