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Klaus Junge vs Paul Felix Schmidt
Salzburg (1942), Salzburg AUT, rd 4, Jun-12
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Kmoch Variation (E20)  ·  1/2-1/2


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Jul-04-04  uzeromay: Is it me or is it true that the moves included for the annotations for this game not show up?
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  Gypsy: The annotations show up here. First is associated with 4.f3.
Jul-04-04  Bobsterman3000: -- can you take a look? I see problems, too but I don't know if they were "inherited" when you received this game or not.

If you look below the "Preferences" button on the right there appears to be move suggestions/options there. However, the suggestions do not appear to "match up" with the right place in the game. Also, some captions appear to be incomplete.

Premium Chessgames Member OK, these annotations are garbage and unattributed anyhow, so here's what we'll do: we'll just drop the annotations entirely. The game should work for everybody now.
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  lost in space: Interssting game. 7..e5 is dangerous. Not because of 8. dxe5 Qxd1 9. Kxd1 Ng5 10. Ke1 Nxe5 but after 8. d5 the strategic threat is c5.

Therfore Black has to organize counterplay, best by preparing f5 (What he did).

At move 28 Black was able to errect a blockade on the black squares.

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With 29. Nf5! h6 30. Qh2. Rxf3 31. Nxf3 Qf6 32. h4 White would have been able to get some advantage.

After 29. Ne4 the game is in perfect balance.

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