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Fyodor Duz-Khotimirsky vs Ladislav Prokes
Prague (1908), Prague AUH, rd 19, Jun-12
Rubinstein Opening (D05)  ·  0-1



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  tpstar: I'm skeptical about 13 ... Ng6!? - the QN seems misplaced on the Kingside, plus 16 ... h6? was out due to 17. Nxg6 fxg6 18. Nxe6 winning the exchange. Pretty attack on the diagonals, finishing off on the files.

raquca-tpstar (QueenAlice 8/7/05) [Fritz 7]: 1. Nf3 Nf6 2. b3 d5 3. Bb2 c5 4. e3 e6 5. Bb5+ Bd7 6. Be2 Nc6 7. 0-0 Bd6 [last book move] 8. d4 cd 9. ed 0-0 10. Nbd2 Rc8 11. a3 Bb8 [11 ... Nh5 12. Re1 ] 12. Re1 Qc7 13. c4 Rfd8 14. Rc1 Be8 [14 ... Qf4 15. Bd3 =] 15. g3 Qe7 [15 ... dc 16. bc Qb6 17. Rb1 =] 16. Bd3 h6 17. Qe2 Bd6 18. b4 dc [=] 19. Rxc4 a6 20. Rec1 Na7 21. Ne5 Rxc4 22. Ndxc4 Bc7 23. Nd2 Bb5 24. Ndf3 [24. Ndc4 Nc6 =] Bxd3 25. Qxd3 Nd5 26. Qe4 Nb5 27. Rc4? [27. Qe2] Nd6 28. Rxc7 Nxe4 29. Rxe7 Nxe7 0-1.

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  NM JRousselle: It's a shame if this is one of Prokes' best games. White was better until his gross blunder 31 Qe3.

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Round 19 (Friday, June 12)
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