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Gerrit R D van Doesburgh vs Kurt Paul Otto Joseph Richter
Munich Olympiad (1936), Munich GER, rd 1, Aug-17
Budapest Defense: Fajarowicz - Steiner Variation (A51)  ·  0-1
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Sep-02-10
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  Phony Benoni: The Fajarowicz is not supposed to be especially sound, but Richter makes it look really good. By move 12, White is already worried about the threat of 12...Nd3+; after all, he hopes to castle some day. But 12.e3 Bxb1 13.Rxb1 Qe4 quickly rids him of that problem.

White survives one threat of ...Nd3+, but the second finishes him off. Any queen move protecting White's knight is answered by 24...Qxc5 and 25...Nd3+.

Richter was indeed a tactical whiz.

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