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Alexander Flamberg vs Gyula Breyer
Mannheim (1914), Mannheim GER, rd 6, Jul-27
French Defense: Advance Variation. Nimzowitsch System (C02)  ·  0-1

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May-20-05  Cecil Brown: I managed to loose a correspondence game from the position after 6... bxc6.

In Play the French 2, John Watson recommends 5..Qb6 instead as in J R Mucklow vs E Williams, 1851

Jan-25-21  Stolzenberg: <5. Bb5> Usually beginners play like this, because they suppose every pin to be a good pin.

<6. Bxc6> Good-bye good bishop!

<12. g4?> Playing without the whitesquared bishop, this move created the weak white squares f3 and h3, Flamberg painfully suffered from it until the end.

<21. ... Bh3> 22. Nxh5? Bg2#

<28. ... Nf4> 29. Qxf3? Rxh2+! 30. Kxh2 Qh3#

<45. ... cxd5> 46. Nd2? Ng3#

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