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Salomon Flohr vs Frantisek Treybal
Kautsky mem 6th (1929), Prague, rd 1
Queen's Gambit Declined: Modern. Knight Defense (D51)  ·  1-0
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Kibitzer's Corner
May-28-11
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  Chessical: Reti has two Knights for a Rook and two pawns after a clever combination by Treybal.

Treybal misses: <29...Re2!> 30. Rb1 Rce7 31. Rxb7 (31. Rb3 Rc2 32. Nxb7 Re4 33. Nb6 Ree2 34. Rf3 d4 is no better) <31... Rxb7> 32. Nxb7 d4 33. Kf1 d3; with a definate advantage to Black.

<36...Ke5> (36...g4) is a sad blunder, Treybal was worn down by Reti's determined and ingenious resistance with his aggressive and aggravating Knights.

<38...Ke6> is the final collapse, he could have fought on with is King on <e6> instead.

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