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Savielly Tartakower vs Reginald Joseph Broadbent
London A (1946), London ENG, rd 4, Jan-17
Sicilian Defense: Chameleon (B20)  ·  1-0
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Nov-15-05
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  keypusher: An impressive double exchange sacrifice and a pretty final move, sealing off the second rank. A game two decades in the making! (See Tartakower vs Lasker, 1924 .)
Jun-19-06  KingG: Very nice game, but what was Broadbent thinking when he played 19...Bxf6? Surly he knew that White would sacrifice the exchange, and would have a very dangerous attack.

Of course, after 19...exf6, White still has a strong attack, but at least Black still has his dark-squared bishop to protect the dark squares around the king.

Aug-03-08  dtsherer: i like his style he's a strong attacking player!
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