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Savielly Tartakower vs Rudolf Spielmann
Vienna m (1921), Vienna AUT
Queen Pawn Game: Sarratt Attack (D00)  ·  1-0
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May-26-12  adbat: nice game; great move 19 Re6
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  kamalakanta: This is Tartakower at his best! Against one of the great attacking players!
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  Varmint: This is featured in Reti's Modern Ideas in Chess.
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Featured in the Following Game Collections[what is this?]
Game 38 in My Best Games of Chess, 1905-1954 by Tartakower
from 1920s Roar by Fredthebear by fredthebear
Game 34 in Modern Ideas in Chess by Richard Reti
from Spearheads DE (Batteries involving the Queen) by fredthebear
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from Study of the Trompowsky Game by Takqueen
Game 34
from Modern Ideas in Chess (Reti) by Qindarka
Tartakower called his 1.d4 d5 2.Bf4 "an archaic continuation."
from QP System with Bf4 (London, Tarzan, Veresov) by kenilworthian
Tartakower called his 1.d4 d5 2.Bf4 "an archaic continuation."
from QP System with Bf4 (London, Tarzan, Veresov) by ChessIsFunToday
I/38 - Centre Files
from My Best Games of Chess, 1905-1954 by Tartakower by Chessdreamer
Tartakower called his 1.d4 d5 2.Bf4 "an archaic continuation."
from QP System with Bf4 (London, Tarzan, Veresov) by Jersey Joe
2.17 Tartakower
from "Die neuen Ideen im Schachspiel" by Richard Reti by Sebastian88
X-FILE :: Aida's opening for white
by lomez
Game 38
from My Best Games of Chess, 1905-1954 by Tartakower by suenteus po 147
justin study games
by jeta
Game 94
from Hypermodern Game of Chess (Tartakower) by Qindarka
Great games that seem to be virtually unknown
by backrank


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