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Aron Nimzowitsch vs Gyula Breyer
Gothenburg (1920), Gothenburg SWE, rd 7, Aug-10
Spanish Game: Steinitz Defense. Nimzowitsch Attack (C62)  ·  1/2-1/2

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May-13-05  fred lennox: 15.c3, a nice tightening of forces. After 15...c6 16.dxc...bxc 17.Nxd6...Bxd6 18.Qxa6, the b pawn is protected, as pointed out by Nimzowitsch.
Jan-26-12  RookFile: This is quite an original and interesting game, typical of Breyer.
Jan-07-14  ForeverYoung: In this game the master tries 8 d5 as opposed to 8 Be3 in an earlier game. He suggests 14 ... g6 sacrificing the pawn on a7 playing for a KID like attack with ... f5 and ... f4. for much of this game he was tightening the screws on black's position in masterly fashion. He missed a win with 38 Rb7.

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