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David Przepiorka vs Wilhelm Cohn
Berlin Jubilee (1907), Berlin GER, rd 6
Tarrasch Defense: Two Knights Variation (D32)  ·  0-1
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Apr-16-11  estrick: 25 ...with Black to move is diagram #93 in Znosko-Borovsky's "The Art of Chess Combination"

Might make a decent Tuesday or Wednesday POTD.

Mar-15-12
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  whiteshark: You can always rucksack for a mate.
Mar-15-12
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  whiteshark: Btw, game #100 in Tarrasch's <Die moderne Schachpartie>.
Nov-22-13  jphamlore: 25 ... with Black to move is also position 59 in the Third Book of Emanuel Lasker's Lasker's Manuel of Chess.
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