estrick: After 13...Bg5, Reinfeld says, "White's material advantage is deceptive, for his development has been retarded and Black has many hidden resources."
After 16. hxg4, he writes, "White is beset with intangible difficulties. Such positions are both tiring and discouraging, which explains why Wolf eventually drifts into a lost game."
After 29...Red8, "Tarrasch's play lacks incisiveness hereabouts; it is not easy to make further headway and the clock ticks away inexorably in such situations."
After 31 Bc5?, "Weak. White's best chance was to exchange Queens and rely on his two Bishops in the struggle to hold back Black's powerful King's side Pawns."
After 35...g6, "Note how comfortably Black can proceed in the absence of White's QB. Tarrash's plan is simple and irresistible: Black's King's side
Pawns will advance triumphantly, escorted if need be by the King."
43...Kg6! "A sardonic invitation to 44. Bxe4+ Kf2; 45. Bd5 Rxe6; etc."
The Black king goes for a walk . . .
afater 51. Kc1, "A last trap: if 51. ...e2?; 52. Qg1 draws.