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Klaus Junge vs Paul Mross
2nd General Government (1941), It, rd 3, Oct-08
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Normal Variation. Bishop Attack (E47)  ·  1-0

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Apr-23-08  wouldpusher: The quiet move 32. ♔h1! actually wins the game. At best, Black either has to settle for a ♖-down or a ♕-vs-♖ endgame in favor of White. Suitable material for Wednesday/Thursday puzzle.
Jun-05-08  lost in space: 9...♗a5 might be playable, but is risky. White will prepare b4 to win the ♗ on a5. Moves 10 ♘a2, 12. b3, 13. ♖b1, 14. ♘g3, and 15. ♖f2 are preapring b3-b4.

A critical move is 15...♖ad8 as this is weakening the a6 pawn and white tries to make use out of it immediatly with 16 ♕f1.

The next move 16..cxd4 is answered by a Zwischenzug, 17. ♘f5!!. (17. b4 is less good due to dxe3 18. ♖e2 d4 19. bxa5 b5. Nearly =)

In Move 18 White is able to play b4 and in 29 he wins the ♗, but the win of the game is far away due to the disharmoy of the white position.

The manouver 30. ♘fxd4 ♘xd4 31. ♘xd4 ♖xd4 32. ♔h1 (theatening 33. ♗xd4 ♕xd4 34. ♗xh7) 32. ♔f8 33. ♕g1 is the winning at the final end.

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