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C Nielsen vs Cecil John Seddon Purdy
1st World Correspondence Chess Championship Preliminary Tour (1947), ?
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Classical Variation (E32)  ·  0-1
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Aug-12-06  Autoreparaturwerkbau: What so wrong with QxR?
Aug-12-06
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  Benzol: 12.♕xa8 ♘c6 and 13...♗b7
Mar-27-07
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  fm avari viraf: It is very surprising to see Nielsen playing so badly where one has all the time to analyse the game. I think Manuel Aaron india won his match against Purdy & got his IM title and the first Indian to get the IM title!
Mar-27-07  Bob726: Dosn't white have 2 rooks for a queen in <Benzol> line?
Mar-27-07  Wolfgang01: What about the bishops sac 2 moves ago?

Black has his Q and B against 2 R and a P.

Apr-01-07  Bob726: Queen=9+ Bishop =3 (12)

Two rooks =2x5=10 + pawn =1 (11)

White is only one point down in material after the exchanges and i know he has other worse things about his postions: e.g. Black is more active, the Bishop pair, and an open game favors the queen, but he should have played it out a little longer.


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