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Izak Aloni vs Antoni Wojciechowski
POL-ch (1937), Jurata, rd 2, May-24
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Classical. Zurich Variation (E33)  ·  0-1

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Oct-12-04
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  vonKrolock: Nice miniature by the protagonist from "The Pearl of Poznan" Tylkowski vs A Wojciechowski, 1931 a famous endgame... Here, White tries to buildt an early attack whith Bh4-g4, but this proves premature. After 12...Ne5! Black already rules the position, as neither 13.Bxf6 nor 13.g5 would be fully satisfactory. Actually, whith 13.h3? Nxd5! decisive operations starts: In order not to lose a Pawn whithout compensation, Schaechter allows a fulminanting Wojciechowski brilliancy - White's last chance to prolong the game was 15.Bg5 Na4 16.0-0-0 etc. The final stroke 17...d2!! is very artistic, though an imediate prosaical take in 'e4' wins too

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