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John Stuart Morrison vs Max Euwe
London (1922), London ENG, rd 5, Aug-05
Indian Game: Colle System. King's Indian Variation (A48)  ·  1-0



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Dec-07-08  butcher123: Obviously,euwe made a mistake somewhere here.. HE had the edge mostly in the game.
Dec-07-08  jinga: had to laugh, because of the last move.
now seriously, butcher says the truth, if you ignore the last moves euwe had the edge.
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  whiteshark: <35...R2f7> seems to be not that hopeless as the move in the game.
Dec-07-08  Ychromosome: Does black still have an edge if white gets the queens of the board with 34.Qc4+

White has a knight versus the passed pawns.

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  whiteshark: <Ychromosome> After 34.Qc4+ QxQ+ 35.KxQ Rxd2 black is ♙♙♙ up

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Nov-19-13  capablancakarpov: Doesn´t 29...Rd8+ wins?
Nov-20-13  JimNorCal: After 29. ... Rd8, white plays Nd4, right?
Black has an attack but white can make an annoying check on c4. Also Rb7+ if the king moves up. Black has to be careful.
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  fredthebear: 24.Qc5! is a defensive game saver for White (that also becomes the Enola Gay). Black is hot on the heels of the White king, but is unable to sustain the initiative.

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