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Rudolf Spielmann vs Baldur Hoenlinger
Vienna (1933), Vienna AUT
Caro-Kann Defense: Panov Attack (B14)  ·  1-0
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Dec-11-09  Sacsacmate: Another gem from R Spielmann...I am surprised..to see nobody has come here before..

Have a look when a break in the centre comes with 10.d5..whole of black's queenside is undisturbed..

Sep-10-10  birthtimes: This is actually a Queen's Gambit Accepted (in effect) that started from a Caro-Kann. Nice obstructive sac beginning on move 19 by White. Black's QB and QR never get into the game...
Mar-21-16  fispok: Perhaps instead if black had gone with 21...Nd7 instead of Ne6, with the idea of 22Rfc1 Nf6 with a better position.
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  GrahamClayton: Position after 15. ♖ae1:


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If 15...♗f6 or 15...♗d8 16. ♗d6 wins either a piece or the exchange.

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