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Savielly Tartakower vs Edgar Colle
Bardejov (1926), Bardejov CSR, rd 6, Jul-26
Polish Opening: Tartakower Gambit (A00)  ·  1-0



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  MoonlitKnight: Excellent endgame technique at the end. It looks like an even more precise continuation is 32.a6! fxe4 (forced because of the king-rook fork) 33.axb7 ♖b8 34.c5! ♖xb7 as black can hold the game a bit longer after 32.axb6 32...a6.
Sep-10-04  Knight13: 33. Bxa7! Nice!

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