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Wilhelm Kunze vs Akiba Rubinstein
Barmen Main A, GER (1905), Barmen GER, rd 15, Aug-??
French Defense: Classical. Burn Variation (C11)  ·  0-1

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Nov-28-04  shakespeare918: nice game
Sep-18-09  Emma: Yes, another unknown masterpiece.
Sep-18-09  Jim Bartle: Superficially at least, 23. 0-0 looks to be a classic case of "castling into it."
May-22-16
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  offramp: I can hardly believe Kunze played the last 4 moves. He must have been in a really bad mood.
Apr-18-17
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  keypusher: <Jim Bartle: Superficially at least, 23. 0-0 looks to be a classic case of "castling into it.">

So does 8....0-0. :-)

Here we are after 22 moves:


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Does 23.Rf1 look any better to you?

Just a bludgeoning of a game.

Apr-18-17  morfishine: FWIW: There is no such thing as a "Classic case of castling into it"

It simply does not exist

So stop talking about it

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Apr-19-17
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  Benzol: <morfishine> <FWIW: There is no such thing as a "Classic case of castling into it" It simply does not exist>

Well I'm not so sure I could agree with that. Have a look at the following game.

O Sarapu vs Purdy, 1952

Nov-06-17  Saniyat24: Would 22.Nf3 been a better move than castling?

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