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Theodor Nissl vs Siegbert Tarrasch
"Fo Shizzl my Nissl" (game of the day Feb-28-2016)
Casual game (1932), Munich GER
Tarrasch Defense: Two Knights Variation (D32)  ·  0-1


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  DarthStapler: Nice combination
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  An Englishman: Good Evening: Quite the picturesque arrangement of White pieces after 23...Bd6!
Feb-28-16  RookFile: Well, white was a chess composer.
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  yadasampati: Wow, what a beautiful and brilliant finish! To foresee that pawn mate and offer almost everything on the way to it, can only be performed by a clairvoyant or a genius, which Tarrasch clearly was.
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  Honza Cervenka: 31.Kh2 was a blunder. White's position looks quite difficult but 31.Qe2 seem to hold it. 33...fxg4 was much stronger than the game continuation. After that white got some serious counterplay and he was back in the game for a while but in the end good old doctor outplayed him. The finish was sweet.
Feb-28-16  Nietzowitsch: <Fo Shizzl my Nissl> This spoke Nietzowitsch!!!
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  profK: An Alekhine gun, played by Tarrasch!!!
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  kevin86: Black sacs the queen to mate with a pawm! Amazing!
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