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Ludwig Roedl vs Friedrich Saemisch
Dresden (1936), Dresden GER, rd 1, Jun-07
French Defense: McCutcheon Variation. Wolf Gambit (C12)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Jun-09-08  number 23 NBer: Could someone explain why this is a draw to me?
Jun-09-08  Towershield: Black has a perpetual check after 31...Qb4+ if 32.Kc1 Qa3+ 33.Kb1 etc (not Kd1?? because of Qa1#).

Jun-11-08  number 23 NBer: Ok, thanks. I missed the mate on move 33.
Jun-11-08
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  whiteshark: <29...Bxa3> leads only to a draw by perpetual check. But look at the position:


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Black has the ♗♗pair plus connected + advanced pawns in the center. On the other side white's Nh4 is far away from the action. I think Fritz should have played on with e.g. <29... Rf8 30.Qh5 f4> ...

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