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Aron Nimzowitsch vs Carl Schlechter
Vienna (1905), Vienna AUH, rd 5, Feb-13
Sicilian Defense: Alapin Variation. General (B22)  ·  0-1
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Nov-28-07
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  Calli: New addition to the DB. This "missing" game was found by Vlastimil Fiala and published in Quarterly for Chess History Vol 4. Dr. Fiala says that he was looking for Lasker games and surprised to find the game published in the Praeger Tagblatt chess column some 19 years after it was played. No round or date was given.

Nice tactical shot by Schlechter to end it.

Feb-18-12  RookFile: This almost looks like a human vs. computer game. Nimzo has nice ideas in theory, but Schlechter has the tactical answers.
Feb-18-12
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  AgentRgent: Rookfile, You really need another hobby.
Feb-18-12  RookFile: After 12..... a6, I believe 13. Bxc6 was the correct choice. White allowed himself some tempo loss previously. This was ok because he had the two bishops. 13. Bxc6 gives them back, and a draw is a likely result.
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