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Harry Golombek vs Brown
London (1949), London, England
Alekhine Defense: Saemisch Attack (B02)  ·  1-0
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  juan31: Super final del Maestro H. Golombek
Mar-02-12  Cibator: Lightly annotated by Golombek in his 1954 book "The Game of Chess", with the introductory remark:

"The centre pawns are positively invited to advance in the following little game and accept the invitation with a vengeance."

He adds that Black's play could have been improved at the 4th move with ... d6, and at his 7th with ... Be7 followed by 8. ... O-O.

Oct-13-14  domradave: Fred Reinfeld included this game in his book, THE COMPLETE CHESSPLAYER.
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