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Herbert Heinicke vs Enrique (Heinrich) Reinhardt
Hamburg (1938), Hamburg GER
Semi-Slav Defense: Botvinnik System. Szabo Variation (D44)  ·  1-0

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May-25-08  lost in space: one of the few losses of Junge. The critical point of the game was reached at move 15. Junge played 15...e5. This move is not fitting to the position (over-active) Better was 15...♘b6 16. axb5 cxb5 17. h4 ♘d5with advantage for Black.

21. ♗g4 is even better than the played ♗f3. The pin of ♗f4 (♖e5, ♕c7, ♔b8) is the winning factor.

Dec-23-17
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  FSR: 14...Qa5 is slow. According to Komodo 9.02, after 14...c5!, White is fighting for survival, e.g.:

(a1) 15.dxc5 Bxc5 16.Qf4 Qa5 17.Be2 Bxg2 18.Rg1 Bc6 19.Kf1 (19.Rd1 e5 20.Qg4 Rxh2 -1.68) Nb6 20.h4 b4 21.Ne4 Rd4 22.f3 b3 23.Kg2 Bxe4 24.fxe4 Rhd8 25.Qe5 Nd7 26.Qg3 Bd6 27.Qf2 Qe5 -2.03

(a2) 16.Qe2 b4 17.a5 Qc6 18.Na4 Bd6 19.Qxc4 Qxc4 20.Bxc4 Bxg2 21.Rg1 Rxh2 22.O-O-O Ne5 23.Ba6+ Kc7 24.Be3 Bf3 25.Rd2 Nc6 23.Nc5 Bxc5 24.Bf4+ Bd6 25.Rxd6 Rxd6 26.Bxh2 e5 -0.71

(b) 15.Rd1 cxd4 16.Qxd4 Bc5 17.Qf4 bxa4! 18.Bxc4 (18.Rd2 a3 19.bxa3 Qa5 20.Qxc4 Nb6 21.Qb3 Bxf2+ 22.Rxf2 Qxg5 -1.43) 18...Bxg2 19.Rhg1 Bc6 20.Kf1 Nb8 21.Be2 Rd4 22.Rxd4 Bxd4 23.Qc1 Rxh2 24.Be3 Kb7 25.Nd1 Nd7 -1.49

(c) 15.Nxb5 a6 16.Na3 cxd4 17.Qc1 Qa5+ 18.Bd2 c3 19.bxc3 Qa5+ 20.Kd1 d3 21.Qb1 Rh4 -4.89.

Jan-11-21  Chessist: This game was not played by Klaus Junge, but by Heinrich Reinhardt, first published in "Hamburger Nachrichten" of October 10, 1938, as reported in Kaissber 31, page 69.
Jan-11-21
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  MissScarlett: What's said about its misattribution to Junge?
Jan-12-21  sneaky pete: The Kaissiber article by Peter Anderberg about Klaus Junge also has some details about Heinicke, who is described as a friend of the Junge family. In 1981 a collection of Heinicke games with his annotations was published (title "Kunst des Positionsspiels"), preceded by a biographical sketch of Heinicke written by Heinrich Fraenkel (also known as Assiac). In this introduction Fraenkel included the present game, apparently in error, as one played between Heinicke and Junge.

Anderberg suggests that a game with the Klaus Junge Variation may have been mistaken for a game with Klaus Junge.

In the "Hamburger Nachrichten" gane between Heinicke and Reinhardt moves 2 and 3 are reversed (2.d4 Nf6 3.c4 e6) compared to the version we have here.

Anderberg also mentions a 1937 game between Reinhardt (this time with the white pieces) and Heinicke where the same line was played up to 14.a4 ..., so it should be Reinhardt Variation instead of Szabo Variation. Szabo first played this against Euwe in the 1938/39 Hastings tournament.

Jan-12-21
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  MissScarlett: I'll do the necessary.

Does Anderberg discuss if Junge played his variation before 1942? I suppose the suggestion is that Heinicke could have influenced Junge to take up the line.

Jan-13-21  sneaky pete: The Anderberg article is mainly about a small tournament in Dresden in January 1942, where Junge used this line successfully in games with Ullrich (present in this database) and Manfred Schäfer (who played the Szabo "novelty" 11.Qf3 ..). Anderberg gives no earlier Junge games with the Hamburger System, but suggests that Klaus may have researched and then adopted this line after seeing the Reinhardt and Heinicke games.
Jan-13-21
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  MissScarlett: Does Anderberg give the Schäfer game? If so, you know what to do.

I should correct myself because Junge had played the line before 1942: R Palme vs K Junge, 1941

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