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Raymond Keene vs Ole Jakobsen
Esbjerg (1981), Esbjerg DEN, rd 11, Jul-??
Queen's Gambit Declined: Harrwitz Attack. Fianchetto Defense (D37)  ·  1-0

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Apr-18-05
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  ray keene: this game is my personal tribute to nimzowitsch v samisch 1929
Apr-18-05
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  samvega: As so often w/ GM games, "The combinations are in the footnotes."
Jun-23-05  prinsallan: Splended ending Ray.
Feb-22-06  who: Stunning game!!
Jul-17-06  PivotalAnorak: Nimzowitsch vs Samisch, 1929
Jul-18-06
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  ray keene: further proof of the adage that in attack having opposite bishops is like being a piece ahead!
Sep-04-06  notyetagm: A powerful dark-squared attack resulting from an opposite-colored bishop middlegame.

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