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Vitaly Chekhover vs Abram Yakovlevich Model
"Check Over Your Model" (game of the day Nov-03-2019)
Leningrad Championship (1932), Leningrad URS, rd 10, Sep-22
Dutch Defense: Classical. Stonewall Variation (A95)  ·  1-0



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Nov-02-04  themindset: 15.Bxd5+!!

this would make a great sunday puzzle.

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  An Englishman: Good Evening: The first two comments came exactly 15 years apart. One key point re: the sacrifice--if 16...Bd8; 17.e6 and 18.e7 will at least win a pawn when all is said and done.
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  al wazir: I thought 21...Rfe8 was a terrible move. I would have played 21...Rf6.
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  OhioChessFan: 21...Rfe8 was pretty much a resignation. But 21...Rf6 22. Nd4 Nd5 23. Qf3 is hopeless.
Nov-03-19  ossipossi: Not quote a wall of stone. The game is almost all played on the white squares
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  Breunor: OhioCjessFan, Stockfish agrees that your moves after 21... Rf6 are correct, but it gives an asessnent of 1.15. After 21 Rfe8 the score is over 3.
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