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Josef Rejfir vs Salomon Flohr
Kautsky mem 8th (1931), Prague, rd 8
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Normal Line (E40)  ·  1-0



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Kibitzer's Corner
Dec-07-09  whiteshark: Wipe the Flohr.
Dec-07-09  tonsillolith: Get Rejfir a big attack.
Dec-08-09  Dravus: Get ready Flohr a big attack.
Dec-08-09  Shams: three good candidates but I must award my vote to <tonsillolith>.

Splendid game.

Feb-02-11  sfm: What happened? Things to consider.
4.-,Bxc3. Enhances White's center, but is probably OK.

5.-,c5. Why that? How about any other development move, like 0-0 8.-,d6. One more pawn move.
9.-,Nd7. Have time for that?
10.f4. It's really nice to be White here. Leading in development, movable center pawns, in excess.

10.-,Ba6? The unprotected bishop is a great liability for Black in case the white c-pawn moves.

Now it is getting nasty. 11.-,d5 does not work as 12. cxd5 wins. 12.f5! Black has big problems now. Can't find a move I like. Is it lost? Who has a computer with Rybka?

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