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Moishe Leopoldowicz Lowcki vs Carl Schlechter
18th DSB Kongress (1912), Breslau GER, rd 9, Jul-24
Tarrasch Defense: General (D32)  ·  0-1
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Jun-07-12
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  Gypsy: <Qd1-a4xa6> Great, collected the pawn. Now I just have to ease out of here...
Apr-01-16
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  Mateo: Nice tactics from the King of draw.

22...Bd7! set a trap. The naive 23.Qxa6? loses.

23...Qc7! threatens 24...Ra8 25.Qb6 Reb8.

24.a4 hopes, after 24...Ra8 for 25.Qb5. But...

24...bxa3 keeps the Queen in her jail.

26...Bb4! was a beautiful move. 27.bxa3 Bxc3 wins. For instance, 28.Bxc3 Ra8 29.Qb6 Reb8 30.Qc5 Ne6.

At the end the two powerful connected pawns on the Queen side win for Black.

Apr-01-16  Karposian: <Mateo: Nice tactics from the King of draw.>

Don't forget there's a new King in town. His name is Anish Giri.

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