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Gyula Breyer vs Geza Maroczy
Berlin (1920), Berlin GER, rd 3, Dec-06
Indian Game: Knights Variation. General (A46)  ·  1-0



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Aug-20-08  MR. NIMZO: nice game
Aug-16-12  Pirandus: Great Breyer!
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  mifralu: Breyer gives a different move order

1. d4 Nf6 2. Nf3 < d5 3. e3 c5 4. c3 e6 5. Nbd2 >

and additional moves

< 32. ..Bxf3 33. Kf2 >

Aug-01-18  Telemus: Adams presents this game with the notes of Breyer (source given by <mifralu>), Maroczy in "Kagan's[!sic] Neueste Schachnachrichten", Sir George Thomas's comments from the BCM and Bilek's comment in "Magyar Sakktörténet" (as usual no years, no page numbers), and without the additional moves.

More and more I observe that the book is written rather sloppy. And somewhere Adams claimed that the book contains *all material*, but it does not even contain all material from Bottlik's Breyer book!

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  TheFocus: Yes, the Breyer book is rather sloppily done, which is odd considering how long Adams worked on it.
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