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Thomas Lawrence vs David Janowski
Cambridge Springs (1904), Cambridge Springs, PA USA, rd 1, Apr-25
Spanish Game: Closed. Averbakh Variation (C87)  ·  0-1

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Feb-23-18  Serpentin: 2 choses dans cette partie: Les blancs remportent sans doute la bataille de l'ouverture (roi déroqué, roi au centre etc.) et pourtant 2) Le roi noir sera la vedette incontestée; il y va d'une marche nuptiale avec ses tours (remarquez comment les 2 tours dominent tantot la colonne D, tantot la colonne A. on comprends alors mieux pourquoi a la fin les blancs bourdent (43.Tb4? Rc3 -+)
Feb-23-18  Serpentin: J'ai cru bon ajouter le diagramme apres 13...Rxd8 pour illustrer mes propos.


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wKg1,Nb3,f3,Bc1,Ra1,e1,Pa4,b2,c2,e4,f2,g2,h2/bKd- 8,Nb6,Bc8,e7,Ra8,h8,Pa5,c6,c7,e5,f6,g7,h7

Feb-26-18  heuristic: 31.Rb1?!
31.g4 Kb2 32.Rd1 Rxa5 33.Rd2 Ra6 34.Ke2 c5 35.c4+

33.Kd2?!
33.Ne3+ Kd4 34.Ke2 Kc3 35.Rd1 f5 36.Rd2

Feb-24-19  zydeco: 12....Nb6 is a very surprising, aggressive decision - entering an endgame with the weaker pawn structure.

24.Nf1 feels wrong. Better to centralize the queen.

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