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Akiba Rubinstein vs Richard Teichmann
Teplitz-Schönau (1922), Teplice-Sanov CSR, rd 7, Oct-09
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Spielmann Variation (E22)  ·  1-0



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Dec-08-02  ughaibu: 28. Qc7 "what a way to win a pawn" as someone wrote recently.
Jul-17-07  Karpova: 45...a5 If instead 45...g5? 46.hxg5 Rxg5?? 47.Rxc7 Kxc7 48.Ne6+

According to Kmoch 57.Kxd5 was a bit more precise (but not that it matters much).

Dec-28-12  Rick360: We've all read in our various Chess books the well worn cliche': "It's all a matter of technique, now", regarding a "won" ending. The great Akiba Rubinstein made it look easy.

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