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Enrique (Heinrich) Reinhardt vs Reiss
Hamburg (1934)
Uncommon King's Pawn Opening (B00)  ·  1-0

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Nov-10-03  Lawrence: What a truly incredible game! White is threatening 11.Qe6+ Kg5 12.h4# and the only way Black can protect the e6 square is by moving his Knight off d7....thus losing his Queen.
Apr-29-08  sambo: Wow! What a game.
Nov-03-08  Sem: What astonishing moves, especially 5. Bxf7!
Nov-03-08
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  sleepyirv: It's sad that they didn't play to mate. What a pretty position.

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