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Aron Nimzowitsch vs Wilhelm Hilse
14th DSB Congress - Hauptturnier A (1904), Coburg GER, rd 9, Jul-23
Vienna Game: General (C27)  ·  1-0

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Dec-15-05  aw1988: A famous Nimzowitsch maxim: the knight blockade.
Dec-16-05  sneaky pete: A famous JC maxim: Beware of false prophets, men who come to you dressed up as sheep while underneath they are savage wolves (Matthew 7:15).
Jan-04-07  the idiot prince: Amazing finale of forks!
Nov-25-07  Cibator: Golombek (in "The Game of Chess") calls the sequence beginning (53)Nc5 "... a dazzling series of forks". Damn right, Mr G! (And how about that self-fork by White at move 64??!)
Oct-05-08  neverSummeRed: If
53. ...Qxc4
54. Nxd7+ Ka8
55. Nb6+ forking queen and king...
Beautiful use of knights
Sep-30-09  WhiteRook48: 65 Ng3! sets several traps at once
Oct-11-17  bkpov: Black should have simplified the position on move 46 by exchanging his Rook for Knight. Can someone take over?
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