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Rudolf Spielmann vs Milan Vidmar
Bled (1931), Bled YUG, rd 22, Sep-21
Spanish Game: Closed Variations. Worrall Attack Castling line (C86)  ·  1-0

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  tpstar: tpstar-NN (QueenAlice 7/5/05): Cover my eyes and ears (1. e4 e5)/'Til it all disappears (2. Nf3 Nc6)/How can you judge for me (3. Bb5 a6)/What I should hear and see? (4. Ba4 Nf6)/You take away freedom of choice (5. Qe2 b5)/Take away the right to voice (6. Bb3 Be7)/My beliefs and all my views (7. c3 0-0)/You take away my right to choose (8. a4 Bb7)/Show me what (9. 0-0 d5) should I see (10. d3 de)/Make my mind (11. de Na5) up for me [last book move]/Show me what (12. Bc2 Nc4) should I see (13. Rd1 Qc8)/How can you censor my thought? (14. h3 Nd6)/What is right (15. Nbd2 Qe6), what is not (16. Bb3 Nc4!?)/How is it you decide (17. Nxc4 bxc4)/What I should feel inside? (18. Bxc4 Qc6)/Quoting God (19. Bd5 Nxd5) as you discuss (20. exd5 Qd6)/What is right and wrong for us (21. Qxe5 Qxe5)/You inundate us (22. Nxe5 Bf6?) with your views [22 ... Rad8 ]/You take away my right to choose (23. Nd7+ Rfd8 24. Nxf6+ gxf6)/Show me what (25. c4 c6) should I see (26. d6 c5)/Make my mind (27. Ra3 Rd7) up for me (28. Rg3+ Kh8)/Show me what (29. Bh6 Be4) should I see (30. Bg7+ Kg8)/You take away freedom of choice (31. Bxf6+ Bg6)/You take away my right to voice (32. f4 Kf8)/My beliefs (33. Be7+ Ke8) and all my views (34.f5! Bxf5)/You take away my right to choose (35. Rg8# 1-0) - Frozen Ghost + Fritz 7, "Should I See"

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