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Kurt Paul Otto Joseph Richter vs Walter Jurgschat
Berlin (1948), Berlin FRG
Alekhine Defense: Two Pawn Attack (B02)  ·  1-0
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Dec-06-05  KingG: 8...e5??, what a blunder.
Apr-09-16
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  fredthebear: If Black were to continue play, the White knight would enter and exit f7 delivering a windmill of discovered checks from the White queen, nabbing Black's rook and queen. It wouldn't result in mate, but a heavy loss of material.
Nov-01-18
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  Telemus: This game is the last one (no.98) in "Kurt Richters beste Partien" by A.Brinckmann, and the year given there is 1948 (not 1952).

("FRG" would be wrong for 1948, and questionable for 1952.)

Nov-01-18
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  Telemus: Richter and Jurgschat both played in the Berlin championship of 1948, and in Alan McGowan's new book the following sentence comes from the description of that event (page 252):

"Contrastingly, he [Richter] won a nine move game against the senior player in the event, 67-year-old Jurgschat."

So, 1948 is correct.

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