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Akiba Rubinstein vs Karel Treybal
Baden-Baden (1925), Baden-Baden GER, rd 1, Apr-16
Rubinstein Opening (D05)  ·  1-0

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Nov-03-07  Poisonpawns: Beautiful and strong play at the end by Akiba 27.b4! Protecting the Queen and threat of rxc6.27..Rde8 28.R1d3! threat to g7.Black is almost in zugzwang 28..Kg8,the horrible alternatives h6,h5,Bb5,Ba4. 29.Rg3 g6 30.Bd4!(threating Qe5)Rf6(only choice) 31.Rxc6! 1-0 Black loses a piece bxc6 32.Qxe7 Rxe7 33.Bxf6 Sorry about the over excitement but this is my first time studying rubinsteins games.;-)
Mar-23-10  mrandersson: Don t worry about over excitement his games will do that 2 u. Really classy player he was.
Dec-09-11
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  profK: Oh Karel !!! The Zukertort opening can be crushing, I think some authors even call it the Rubinstein Zukertort opening.
May-06-21
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  Gregor Samsa Mendel: While my "club player" mind could see that Rubinstein clearly outplayed Treybal here, analysis with The Computer revealed some subtleties that were beyond me. The obviously ugly 12..f5 and 17..Nd8 were indeed errors (12..f6 and 17..b6 were better), and the suspect 21..Bc6 could have been improved with either 21..Rc8 or 21..Be6. But it turns out that Rubinstein's 21 Rd6, 23 Bxf7, and 26 Be5, which all looked so strong, were not as good as 21 e6, 23 Re6, or 26 b4, respectively. Black might have retained some slight drawing chances after 28..Kh8.
May-06-21
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  Gregor Samsa Mendel: In my last note, I meant 26..Rg8 instead of 28..Kh8.

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