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Akiba Rubinstein vs Ernst Heilmann
Barmen Main A, GER (1905), Barmen GER, rd 2, Aug-??
Tarrasch Defense: Symmetrical Variation (D32)  ·  1-0



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Jan-10-06  Endgame: Dominated!
Nov-10-07  Karpova: For 7...Nxd5 see Minev vs Morcken, 1956
Nov-28-08  YoungEd: Black sure gets bottled up here! Where was his big mistake?
Nov-28-08  Buttinsky: I think a6 or Be7 is better than 6...b6
Dec-01-08  YoungEd: I agree, <Buttinsky>. Also, Black should have prevented e5 somehow, even if it meant a massive pawn exchange.
Mar-27-11  crazyedmen: passive pawn exchange how? 9 ..., dxe4 is met by 10 d5! and 9... cxd4 is met by 10 exds
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  Ziryab: 8...Qd6 was the new move at the time.

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