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Isaac Kashdan vs Georges Koltanowski
London (1932), London ENG, rd 3, Feb-03
Philidor Defense: Exchange Variation (C41)  ·  1-0

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Nov-08-08  jerseybob: What a wipeout by Kashdan, at that time one of the world's best.
May-07-15
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  ChessCoachClark: Interesting and consecutive pair of tactics-- Clearance tactic with 15. Bxe5, then Trapping with 16. g5 against the Black Knight.
May-07-15  JimNorCal: 16. g5 came as a complete shock to me.
It takes a second to realize that the knight has no squares ...
Jun-12-15
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  tpstar: White to Play and Win after 14 ... fxe6.
Feb-13-20
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  sfm: Stockfish suggests 15.Kb1, not 15.Lxe5, as the best move. Surprise!
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