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Max Pavey vs Arthur Bisguier
Third Rosenwald Trophy (1956), New York, NY USA, rd 8, Oct-17
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Normal Line (E40)  ·  0-1

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Sep-25-05
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  wwall: 29.g3 was bad. Better may be 29.Nd4 Rxe5 30.Nxc2 Rc5 31.Kd2.

After 29...Rd1, 30.Rxc1 Bxf3+ 31.Kxf3 cxd1=Q wins. If 30.Rxc2, then 30...Bxc2 wins.

Sep-25-05  who: I think 19.Be3 was necessary - if not earlier to avoid those terrible pawns. <wwall> after your line black takes a free pawn on g2 which isn't good for white either.
Mar-20-19
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  Sally Simpson: ***

White to play.


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He wants to play Ne1 and gang up on the c2 pawn. But after Nxc2 the g2 pawn would be hanging. So White moves the g-pawn.

29.g3

And the move White prevented with his previous now wins.

29...Rd1

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