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Mir Sultan Khan vs Savielly Tartakower
Sultan Khan - Tartakower (1931), Semmering AUT, rd 1, Jan-17
Indian Game: Anti-Nimzo-Indian (E10)  ·  0-1

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Sep-06-10  paladin at large: Relentless play by Tartakower from move 16 on.
Sep-06-10  LIFE Master AJ: Occaisionally, Tartakower could match the best players, this game is a good example of his skill.

Bravo!

May-06-15  zanzibar: BDE 1931-02-05, Helms gives this as R1 game in the match (in contrast to Site=9 in the pgn, which might suggest R9).

He gives the game as adjourned after White's move 43.

He gives the start of the match as "discouraging" for Khan, losing to the Parisian in the first game. Tartakower is deemed as having "clever" tactics in forcing, and then exploiting, the doubled King-file pawns.

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