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Arndt Miltner vs Ralf Appel
Bundesliga 0405 (2004), Germany, rd 2, Nov-14
Colle System (D05)  ·  1-0
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May-19-11  qqdos: This is the illustrative game quoted by <Dave Rudel (of "Zuke" fame)> in his article on The Phoenix Attack Quick-Start Guide. The innovation is 9.b4!, which was played by Colle himself in his victory against future World Champion Max Euwe in the 1920's. However a couple of years after this game, Miltner played the wonder move but didn't rise from the ashes - crashing in flames after 17 moves. The jury is out!?
May-19-11  qqdos: The second Miltner game referred to above was Miltner vs Sebastian, 2006 also in the Bundesliga. There Black diverged with 11...Bg4 and White soon lost a piece.
Sep-09-15
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  whiteshark: Here are Rudel's annotations/explanations on this <Phoenix Attack> game: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lGli...
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