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Teodor Regedzinski vs Akiba Rubinstein
Lodz (1917)
Queen's Gambit Declined: Orthodox Defense. Botvinnik Variation (D60)  ·  0-1



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Mar-14-05  Knezh: Model handling of isolated pawn by black. By move 18 Black has traded down and his position is strategically won. 25... Qf4 is simple and clean, it wins a pawn by force. The knight ending is a matter of technique. Queen Gambit players must know this game by heart!
Mar-14-05  Broon Bottle: why did this geezer cause Rubinstein so much trouble? Why haven't I hear of Rege before?
Mar-14-05  Knezh: I wouldn't say that Rege caused Rubinstein any trouble. This one is rather one-sided.
Mar-14-05  soberknight: White missed opportunities on move 11 and 12 to fight for the c-file.
Mar-14-05  Knezh: 13. Nxd4 is of course superior.
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  Calli: Teodor Regedzinski 1894 - 1954 was a Polish master who often played in the chess olympics.
Aug-21-06  Mibelz: In 1917, Regedzinski took 3rd at a chess club tournament, behind Rubinstein and Salwe, in Lodz. By the way, he also won another game against Rubinstein. See
Nov-09-10  lefthandsketch: I give notes to this game in the context of how to play against an IQP here:
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