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Richard Teichmann vs Aron Nimzowitsch
San Sebastian (1911), San Sebastian ESP, rd 11, Mar-09
Philidor Defense: General (C41)  ·  0-1
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Dec-28-05  nasmichael: There was a book on "The Lion" -- a variation by a German author a few years ago, offered at New In Chess website. Is this the same variation?
Dec-28-05  syracrophy: There's no way to defend the b-white pawn and to stop the g5- pawn
May-05-12  King Sacrificer: Given 5 times; par: 89; your score: 103

This was an easy one. I got 3 points all the time without guessing the exact moves.

May-06-12  Octal: Does anyone have variations for white's 34th move? I'm not sure if it's the best because it's just immediately losing, but not like anything else looks much better.
May-06-12  King Sacrificer: <Octal: Does anyone have variations for white's 34th move? I'm not sure if it's the best because it's just immediately losing, but not like anything else looks much better.>

Black's plan was 34...Rc8, winning the c2 pawn. There's no way for White sopping this and he chose one of a thousand other ways to lose this game. :)

Jun-12-15
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  fredthebear: This is game #44 in "Masters of the Chessboard" by Richard Reti. This book is an enjoyable, instructional chess classic well worth reading.
Jan-13-16  sulaco11: 21. ...g6 (and not Queen takes g4??) If Queen takes at g4 then: 22. Bxf7+ and the black queen is on the same diagonal with her white counterpart. Cute little trap :)
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