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Aron Nimzowitsch vs Isaac Kashdan
Bled (1931), Bled YUG, rd 17, Sep-14
Four Knights Game: Gunsberg Variation (C46)  ·  0-1



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Jul-29-06  paladin at large: A fine queen and pawn endgame by Kashdan. Nimzo blunders away his queen at the end, while looking for the perpetual check. I wonder if he missed one earlier on?
Oct-19-07  zahbaz: Does anyone have the line if white plays 7. Bb5?
Oct-19-07  RookFile: 7. Bb5 dxe4 8. Nxe5 Qg5 9. d4 Qxg2
Feb-09-12  RookFile: An odd game. Kashdan was a known expert with the two bishops. Nimzo goes out of his way to make sure he gets them.
Jan-17-14  nhnsn: I do not think Nimzowitsch blundered in his last move, but he tried to see if Kashdan didn't realize that he could capture with his queen, and thus Nimzowitsch would capture Kashdan's queen. After 53.♕e3+ ♔b7, there isn't other check that 55.♕a7+.....
Jul-03-14  jerseybob: Doesn't 52..Kb4 seal the deal? If 53.Qd2+,Qc3+

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