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Max Euwe vs Salomon Flohr
Euwe - Flohr (1932), Amsterdam NED, rd 6, Apr-02
Slav Defense: Schlechter Variation (D15)  ·  0-1

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May-23-05
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  Gypsy: <25...Ra1!>

I. 26.Qh3+ e6 27.g3 Rxf1 28.Qxf1 Qc2 29.Be1 Rb1 30.Kg2 Rd1 31.Kf3 Qb1 32.Ke2 Qb5+ ;

II. 26.g3 Rxf1+ 27.Kxf1 Qd3+ ; and

III. 26.Rxa1 Qb1+ 27.Rxb1 Rxb1#, of course.

Aug-12-05
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  Gypsy: Correction: <III. 26.Rxa1 Qb1+ 27.Rxb1 Rxb1> and 28. Be1 Rxe1#, <of course.>
Aug-12-05  SnoopDogg: Very nice by GM Salo Flohr.
Jan-12-09
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  wwall: If 19.Qxb2, then 19...Nd3+, winning the Queen. If 19.Bxb4, then 19...Ba3
Jun-21-13
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  Phony Benoni: Flohr "misses" 29...Rxe1 with a quick mate to follow, but the score may be inaccurate. Chess Review (January 1933, p.18) gives <28.Qg3>, which makes more sense given the continuation.
Jan-13-15
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  sachistu: Yes, the score was inaccurate. <Phony Benoni> 28.Qg3 was given in Shakhmatny Ezhogodnik, 1937, Schackvarlden, 1932, p109, American Chess Bulletin 1932, p89 and Ceskoslovensky Sach 1932, p75. Since the score has been changed here, I am assuming the original score that was posted here had given White's 28th as 28.g3.
Jan-13-15
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  Phony Benoni: <sachistu> I don't recall now what White's 28th was before. 365Chess has <28.g3> so that is no doubt a good bet for the incorrect move.
Jan-14-15
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  sachistu: Chessbase also gave that move (28.g3) so that is probably the move used in the previous version until you pointed out the inaccuracy.
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