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Savielly Tartakower vs Robert August Rudolf Bechstedt
Giessen (1928), Giessen GER, rd 7, Apr-??
Bird Opening: Gunsberg Defense (A02)  ·  1-0

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Mar-07-09  YoungEd: 14. ...d5 opens up the game (maybe prematurely?) and leads to a mass of exchanges. Great endgame by Tartakower, especially how his king play in effect makes him play a piece up.
Feb-03-10  k009ris: It was difficult game to find moves for,
particularly the whole idea of planting and firmly knights on e5 and f4,after that was done and f file opened the game was strategically over...final tactics were easy ... endgame was also nicely played, no hurry there.Nice , complete game.

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