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Siegbert Tarrasch vs Karl Satzinger
Munich (1914), Munich GER
Bird Opening: General (A02)  ·  1-0


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Oct-11-07  ounos: Superb attack by Tarrasch!
Oct-11-07  sambo: indeed!

19.? could be a Thursday puzzle- it's all forced, but still one heck of a line to compute

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  wordfunph: beautiful 19.Qxh7+!
siegbert tarrasch at his best!
Dec-26-09  mysql: nice combination
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  An Englishman: Good Evening: Indeed, a great combination. It's probably already too late to save the game, but 15...d4 might have been better.
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  Richard Taylor: I found this Q sac and calculated right to the end! This is game 177 in "Tarrasch's Best Games of Chess" edited and commented by Reinfeld with T's notes
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  Richard Taylor: Another beautiful mate here is if after 20. Rh3+

20. ... Nh5 21. Rxh5+ Kg8 22. Rh8! Nxh8 23. Nh6# !!

Tarrasch - incredible player.

Jul-05-11  ahmadov: I played through this game on guess the move but failed to gain the average point (40)... :-(
Jul-05-11  ahmadov: 16.Ng4 was something I missed... However, it is an incredible move which could be followed by 17.Nf6+ gxf 18.exf which leaves Black helpless after 19.Qh6 followed by 20.Qg7#
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  TheTamale: Bravo! What a finish!
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