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Lothar Schmid vs Anton Kinzel
Siegen ol (Men) qual-F (1970), Siegen FRG, rd 6, Sep-05
Russian Game: Modern Attack. Center Attack (C43)  ·  1-0


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May-27-06  Timothy Glenn Forney: Best game of the 70' Olympiad.A very Dynamic game with a great attack on 0-0-0.
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  whiteshark: <Timothy Glenn Forney: Best game of the 70' Olympiad.A very Dynamic game with a great attack on 0-0-0.>

I wonder if white actually played <27.Nxe6+!> in the game?

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If not, why didn't black took the draw with <27...Ka8>?

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  wordfunph: 6-move calculation by GM Schmid starting with the jaw-dropping 24.Rxb7+!

simply fabulous..

May-31-13  anandrulez: Yes but my question is whats 13 Nc3 ?
May-31-13  anandrulez: Right , I got it , its not so trivial imo after 13..♘xa1? 14.♘xe4 ♕b4 . The knight virtually has no escape , and
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