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Savielly Tartakower vs Friedrich Saemisch
Marienbad (1925), Marianske Lazne CSR, rd 5, May-26
English Opening: King's English. Four Knights Variation General (A28)  ·  1-0

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Aug-03-04  Shah Mat: 29) ...Nd5?? what the hell?
Aug-04-04
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  tpstar: Black outsmarted himself. Surely the plan was 29 ... Nd5, then 30 ... Qxd1!, then 31 ... Nxc3+ & 32 ... Nxd1 winning. The only hole in this strategy was 29 ... Nd5?? 30. Kxd5 1-0. Black had great winning chances in this endgame after 29 ... Qc5 keeping the White King out of Black's Queenside, but should keep Queens around (i.e. avoid 29 ... Qg6+ & 30 ... Qxc2) since the Pc4 was so weak.
Aug-04-04
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  Calli: Maybe time control was at move 30 and Samisch blundered for that reason.
Aug-05-04  Shah Mat: ^^ possibly...although I confess I'm dubious. that is a mistake I'd expect a rank beginner to make. 10 bucks says that Samisch took his hand off the knight and cried himself to sleep.
Dec-30-13  Fanacas: Well under pressure of time control anybody can make stupid mistakes even grand masters.

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