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David Przepiorka vs Erich Eliskases
Hamburg Olympiad (1930), Hamburg GER, rd 10, Jul-20
Indian Game: Yusupov-Rubinstein System (A46)  ·  0-1

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Kibitzer's Corner
Aug-21-11
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  wwall: After 25...b5, instead of 26.Nd2, perhaps 26.Qf3, and if 26...bxc4, then 27.bxc4 and 28.cxd5.

After 27...Bxc3, Black threatens 28...Bxd4+. Instead of 28.Nf3, perhaps 28.Kg2 (to avoid check) 28...Bxd4 29.Rxc8 Qxc8 30.Qxb5 Bxe4 31.Nxe4.

Instead of 32.Rc6, perhaps 32.h4 Rc8 33.Rxc8+ Qxc8 34.h5 offers more resistance.

34.Nd4 looks weak. Perhaps 34.Rd2 for better defense.

Instead of 35.Qxd4, perhaps 35.Rxd4 Qc2+ 36.Kh3 Qxa2 37.Qd3 a6 38.Rf4

After 35...Qc2+, White loses if 36.Qd2 Qe4+ 37.Kh3 Qf5+ 38.Kg2 Rc2. If 36.Qf2, then 36...Qxf2+ 37.Kxf2 Rc2+ and 38...Rxa2 wins.

After 36...Qf5+, not 37.g4?? Qf3+ 38.Kh4 g5+ 39.Kh5 Qh3 mate

Instead of 38...g5+, perhaps better is 38...Qf2 39.Qe4 (39.Kh3 Rc2 wins) 39...Qxh2+ 40.Kg4 h5+ 41.Kf4 Qh3, threatening 42...Qg4+ and winning.

Instead of 39...Qb1 (threatening 40...Qg6 mate), perhaps better is 39...Kg7 (threatening 40...Qb1 and 41...Qg6 mate) 40.Rd4 Rc5 41.Re4 Qb1 and 42...Rxe5.

40.Qe2?? loses. White may draw with 40.Rxe6! Kg7 (40...fxe6?? 41.Qxe6+ and 42.Qxc8) 41.Qf3! (not 41.Rxh6 Rh8! 42.Qxg5+ Qg6+ fxg6+ 44.Kg5 Rxh6 wins for Black) 41...Qc2 42.Qf6+ Kg8 43.Qxh6 (or 43.h3 or 43.h4) 43...Qxh2+ 44.Kg4 and a draw.

Mar-25-19  zanzibar: Fred Reinfeld (incorrectly) analyses this game from Black's move 35:

(Black to move after 35.Qe4xBd4)


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Reinfeld notes 40.Rxe6 as a possible defense, but neglects 41.Qf3, only giving the 41.Rxh6 continuation.

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