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Paul Keres vs Roberto Grau
Warsaw Olympiad (1935), Warsaw POL, rd 11, Aug-24
Sicilian Defense: Classical Variation (B58)  ·  1-0

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Jan-03-05  ConLaMismaMano: What if 31...Kxe6?

Perhaps something like 32.Qb3+ Ke5 33.b5 Nac8 34.Bb2! (If 34...Bxb2 then 35.f4+ Kxf4 36.Qg3#)? Are there any good moves left for black or is he lost?

Jan-28-05  siggemannen: you take the knight with queen and then play b5
Nov-09-06
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  Phony Benoni: There may be errors in the score. Olimpbase gives 9.f4 (instead of 9.f3) and 22.Be3 (instead of 22.Ba3). Those would make 31.Bxe6+ completely sound, whereas in the text given here it's speculative.

Can anyone find further information?

Nov-09-06  TrueFiendish: Yeah it must be f4 instead of f3 otherwise 13.e5 would be totally unsound.
Mar-01-07
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  Retireborn: Reinfeld's 1941 book of Keres games does indeed give 9.f4 and 22.Be3.
Apr-01-20
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  mifralu: <"Chess Review, October 1935, p. 224">

and

<"Paul Keres - Photographs and Games 1995, p. 62">

give < 9.f4 >(instead of 9.f3) and < 22.Be3 >(instead of 22.Ba3).

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October, p. 224 [Game 193 / 489]
from Chess Review 1935 by Phony Benoni

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