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Isaac Kashdan vs Savielly Tartakower
London (1932), London ENG, rd 4, Feb-04
French Defense: Winawer. Advance Variation (C17)  ·  1/2-1/2



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Jun-08-03  suenteus po 147: Kashdan missed 10.Bh6!
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  Calli: Kash just wanted to show how he could draw with five isolated pawns :-).
Jul-20-08  sneaky pete: If 10.Bh6 Nd7 looks okay.
Jul-20-08  sneaky pete: ... although then 11.Bb5 .. is embarrassing.
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  Straclonoor: Ending won for black

40. Kb3 e5 41. c4 e4 42. c5 e3 43. Kc3 f4 44. Kd3 Rh2 45. Rb4 Rd2+ 46. Kc3 Kg5 47. Re4 Rd5 48. c6 Rc5+ 49. Kd3 Rxc6 50. Re8 Kg4 51. Ke2 Rc2+ 52. Kd3 Rb2 53. Ke4 Rb4+ 54. Kd3 Kf3 55. Rc8 e2 56. Re8 Ra4 57. Re7 Ra2 58. Re6 Kf2 59. Re5 f3 60. Rh5 e1=Q 61. Rh2+ Kg1 62. Rxa2 Qb1+ 63. Kc3 Qxa2 64. Kd3 Qa4 65. Kc3 f2 66. Kd3 f1=Q+ 67. Kc3 Qac4+ 68. Kd2 Qcc1# Lomonosov TB7

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