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John Stuart Morrison vs Akiba Rubinstein
London (1922), London ENG, rd 2, Aug-01
Tarrasch Defense: Symmetrical Variation (D32)  ·  0-1

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Mar-30-18
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  OrangeTulip: Highly instructive play by Rubinstein, both in opening as in Rooks endgame
Jun-17-22  tbontb: Rubinstein with Black presses against very solid defence and eventually wins a pawn by a simple tactical sequence. White Morrison makes things easier by exchanging queens leaving Black to demonstrate impeccable technique. At the end, 55.Rf5+ Ke1 56.Rg5 Rxb3+ 57.Ke4 Kf2 58.Rf5+ Ke2 59.Rg5 Rb4+ wins.

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