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Walter Shipman vs Reuben Fine
New York bf (10-sec/move), USA (1945), New York, NY USA
Nimzo-Indian Defense: St. Petersburg Variation (E43)  ·  0-1

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Jun-17-16  BwanaVa: I was directed to this game and its play by NM Steve Greanias. After watching it, and others like it, I don't understand what it was that kept White players (not just Shipman) playing into this line.
Jun-17-16
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  perfidious: Even in the 1980s I got to face this, with all the comfortable play Black gets against that structure.
Jun-18-16  Granny O Doul: 7. O-O was Denker's pawn sac played (introduced?) successfully against Fine the year previous. Don't take the pawn, I guess.

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