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Karl Walbrodt vs Rezso Charousek
Nuremberg (1896), Nuremberg GER, rd 15, Aug-05
Spanish Game: Fianchetto Defense (C60)  ·  0-1

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Sep-01-08
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  whiteshark: <72.Nf3> was imo the last chance to draw.


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Sep-01-08  DoctorD: I agree but you should give the analysis:

72. Nf3 Bxf3+ (72... d3 73. Kg3!! Bxf3 74. Kxf3 Ke5 75.Ke3 d2 76. Kxd2 Kxe4 77. Ke2) 73. Kxf3 Ke5 74. g4!!

Sep-01-08
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  whiteshark: Thank you, <DoctorD: <I agree but you should give the analysis>> Agreed! But today for me it's just another faux pas. :D

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Sep-01-08
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  whiteshark: Well, maybe the dangerous <by-passing> line, starting with <72...Kd6 73.Kg3 Kc5>


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with <74.e5 Bc4 75.Kg4 d3 76.Kh5 Bd5> It's becoming tight...


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<77.Nd2 Kd4 78.Kxh6 Ke3 79.Nb1! Ba2 80.e6 Bxe6 81.Kxg5=>


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Sep-01-08  DoctorD: Yes that "by-pass" line is very nice and certainly adds to this interesting game!

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