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Edgar Colle vs Akiba Rubinstein
Rotterdam (1931), Rotterdam NED, rd 3, Dec-??
Queen Pawn Game: Colle System (D04)  ·  1-0
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Jul-08-04  Halfpricemidge: If Black captured with his bishop instead of his rook then it's mate in three e.g. 29...Bgxb2 30.Bh6+, Bg7 31.Qc3! followed by mate.
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  HeMateMe: A Colle crusher. I always worry about the opening pawn structure--how to get room for your dark square bishop? But, with tactical threats, white catches up in development.
May-18-10  ajile: This isn't really a Colle opening though. It's really just a queen's gambit with a wasted move. (4.c3)
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