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Max Euwe vs Friedrich Saemisch
Budapest (1921), Budapest HUN, rd 9, Sep-15
King's Indian Defense: Four Pawns Attack. Dynamic Attack (E76)  ·  1-0



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Nov-20-02  bishop: This game illustrates the problems with using just passive defence against the threatened e5 Pawn push by White. The first player will use his space advantage and setup his men where a breakthrough cannot be stopped.
Nov-21-02  drukenknight: yeah, I didnt like the double fianchetto thing for one. IF black is going to break up his pawns why doesnt he try to recapture with 23...Nxg5 and try to restore the pawn front? It looks doable.

Hey this is Saemisch so why isn't he using the Saemisch system (f3)?

Jan-09-06  OJC: 38. ...b5 was necessary.

Jan-28-06  blingice: Ha, Black's kingside is incredibly dense after move 16:

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Additionally, Black's a♙ and h♙ are both unprotected, and Black's ♕side is quite weak.

Nov-22-08  melianis: What's the story with this game and Euwe vs Samisch, 1921 ? I know masters are capable of memorizing and copying a vast number of games, but these look like two separate accounts of the same game.
Nov-22-08  nescio: <melianis> There is no story. The same game with a different move order and that's why it appears twice in the database. I can see differences in moves 10-12, 24-25 and 40-42. There may be more that I have overlooked.
Dec-24-08  WhiteRook48: hi i'm looking for random games to kibitz on as many games as I can before going off on vacation (see kibitzer's cafe)
Dec-24-08  Emma: What a terrible game by Black, people really had no idea how to play Benoni positions back then, even strong masters.
Jan-28-09  hedgeh0g: This game had 9...b6 and the other one had 9...a6 :P

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