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Krause vs Klaus Junge
Bergedorf Nordmark-C (1938), Bergedorf GER
Queen's Gambit Declined: Barmen Variation (D37)  ·  0-1



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Kibitzer's Corner
Oct-31-04  Henry Winter: Below is my analysis of this game. Any comments or corrections are welcomed.

Krause - Junge,K [D37]
Bergedorf Nordmark-C Bergedorf Nordmark-C, 1938

1.d4 d5 2.Nf3 [2.c4 e6 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.Nf3 usual order 4...Be7 5.Bf4 D37 QGD: classical variation (5.Bf4)] 2...Nf6 3.c4 e6 4.Nc3 D37 QGD: 4.Nf3 4...Nbd7 5.e3 Be7 6.Qc2 c5= OOB [6...0-0 7.Bd3 dxc4 8.Bxc4= book] 7.cxd5 Nxd5 8.Bd3?! Nb4 9.Qd1 Nxd3+ 10.Qxd3 Nf6 Putting the N where it belongs ~ and setting a trap? 11.Qb5+ apparently wins a P but does not 11...Qd7 12.dxc5 0-0 13.Qxd7 Bxd7 14.b4?! leads to trouble for white [14.0-0 is better 14...Bxc5 small advantage to black.] 14...b6 15.Ne5 bxc5 16.Nxd7 Nxd7 17.bxc5 Bf6 18.Bd2 Nxc5 19.Ke2 pawn regained with small advantage to black [19.0-0?! Rfd8 20.Rad1 Rd3 21.Nb1 Rb8 22.Ba5 Rb2 23.Rc1 Be7] 19...Rfd8 20.Rad1 Rxd2+! with either continuation, black has the advantage: the B & N have greater mobility than the rook, or a pawn to the good if Kxd2 21.Rxd2?! [21.Kxd2 still probably loses, but is better 21...Bxc3+ 22.Kxc3 Ne4+ 23.Kb4 Nxf2 24.Rhf1 Nxd1 25.Rxd1] 21...Bxc3 22.Rc2 Na4 23.Rhc1 Rc8 24.Kd3 Rd8+ 25.Ke2 Bf6 26.Rc8 [26.Rc7 a5] 26...Kf8 27.Rxd8+ Bxd8 28.Rc8 Ke7 29.Rc4 Nb6 30.Rc2 Nd5 centralizing 31.a3 prevents Nb4 31...Bb6 32.g3 prevents Nf4 32...Kd6 33.e4 Nc7 34.a4 e5 secures outposts: d4 and f4 35.f4 Ne6 36.Rd2+ Bd4 37.f5? loses to the simple fork [37.Kf3 still loses but takes longer 37...Nc5 38.a5 a6] 37...Nc5 38.Kf3 Nxa4 39.h4 Nb2 40.g4 a5 41.Rc2 a4 42.Rc8 a3 43.Ra8 Bc5 44.Ra6+ Kd7 45.Ra5 Kc6 46.g5 Nc4 47.Ra6+ Kb5 48.Ra8 Na5 0-1

May-24-08  lost in space: Wonderfull game by K. Junge. White tries to get a draw by exchanging all pieces as quickly as possible and to avoid any complications. But by doing so Junge always wins either a tempo or a little positional advantage. After move 18 Black is better, but the position is not won. 10 moves later Junge allowed Krause to finalize his suicide

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