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George Alan Thomas vs Victor Berger
London (1932), London ENG, rd 7, Feb-08
Caro-Kann Defense: Classical Variation (B18)  ·  1/2-1/2



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Jun-09-05  Knight13: What happens if black takes on h2 on move 12... ?
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  WannaBe: 13. Be3 O-O-O 14. O-O-O Kb8 15. Kb1 Nd5 16. Bg5 Rde8 17. Qf3 f6 18. Bd2 g5 19. c4 Nf4 20. Bc2 Rd8 21. g3 Nh3 22. Be3 f5 23. Qe2 Nf6 24. f3 f4 25. Bc1 Rhe8 26. Rd2 Rd6 27. b3 e5 28. Bg6 Nd5 29. cxd5 Rxg6 30. Qe4 Rd6 31. dxc6 Rxc6 32. Bb2 g6 33. d5 Rc5 34. Bd4 Rb5 35. Re2 Qd7 36. Bxe5+ Ka8 37. Rd2 Rc5 38. a4 Rcc8 39. Ka2 Rc5 40. Qd4 Rec8 41. d6 g4 42. fxg4 f3 43. Qe3 R5c6 44. Qh6 Rc2+ 45. Rxc2 Rxc2+ 46. Ka3 Nf2 47. Qg7 Qxg7 48. Bxg7 Rc8 49. Bf6 Nxh1 50. d7 Rf8 51. d8=R+ Rxd8 52. Bxd8 Nf2 53. Nd2 Nxg4 54. Nxf3 Kb8 55. Bg5 Kc7 56. h3 Nf2 57. Be3 Nxh3 58. Ne5 Kd6 59. Nxg6 Ke6 60. Bxa7 Kf5 61. Nf8 Ng5 62. Kb4 Ne4 9.77/17
Jun-10-05  Knight13: <WannaBe> Oh really? I don't believe someone can calculate for more than 30 moves.
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  WannaBe: <Knight13> I used Shredder 9 for the above calculated line. With my skill, I can't calculate 1 move!

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