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Reuben Fine vs Harold Sussman
US Speed Championship (1943), New York, NY USA, Jul-04
Queen's Indian Defense: Fianchetto. Rubinstein Variation (E16)  ·  1-0

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Aug-08-19
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  fredthebear: Two cockeyed knights help determine the outcome of this kingside assault. Retreats create a cramped position, and then the Black king gets hit over the top!

16...Nh5 attacks a loose pawn, but does not offer much else. 17...f5? is the culprit, which just drops the pawn and weakens the kingside.

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QID: Fianchetto. Rubinstein Var (E16) 1-0 Smothered Mate
from N Checkmate (& Traps) More Collected Fredthebear by fredthebear
June / July, p. 190 [Game 75 / 1935]
from Chess Review 1943 by Phony Benoni
QID: Fianchetto. Rubinstein Var (E16) 1-0 Smothered Mate
from Black Double Fianchettos In Process Fredthebear by fredthebear
Checkmate 1940-1949
by Chessdreamer

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