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NN vs Siegbert Tarrasch
Munich (1932)
Spanish Game: Morphy Defense. Neo-Archangelsk Variation (C78)  ·  0-1
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Mar-05-11
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  chancho: This is game #183 in the book: Tarrasch's Best Games Of Chess By Fred Reinfeld.
May-01-14
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  iking: minority attack ...
May-01-14  mcgee: Always seems to me that if White gets the wrong move in the Spanish Classical and variants thereof, Black gets the initiative very quickly. If White gets the right move, Black is in serious trouble. A sort of Russian Roulette opening. Here White gets the right move (7 Qe2) and it is indeed over a few moves later.

L Shamkovich vs P Dely, 1962

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