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Johannes Hendrik Otto van den Bosch vs Jose Raul Capablanca
Budapest (1929), Budapest HUN, rd 1, Sep-01
Caro-Kann Defense: Exchange Variation (B13)  ·  0-1



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Jun-26-05  WMD: Van der Bosch slips us with 33.Kb4 and Capa pounces with 33...Qe1. If 34.Ka3 Qa1+ 35.Qa2 (35.Kb4 Kb6) Qxa2 36.Kxa2 h4 /g4 and Black creates a winning passed pawn. 34.Qa2 or Qb2 loses to Qe7+.
Oct-23-05  rochade18: And 34.Qa2 doesn't work either; Black has a winning queen checks on e7 and a7.
Oct-29-05  rochade18: oh sorry you'd already mentioned that.
Jul-03-08  Hector Maluy: The position after 33)Kb4 can be a good puzzle to solve.
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  Chessical: <34. Qb2> Qe7+ 35. Ka5 Qa7+ 36. Kb4 Kb6 37. c4 Qa5 mate;


<34. Qd3> Qe7+ 35. Ka5 Qa3 mate

Aug-01-12  YoungEd: Just finished this on "Guess the Move" and got 9 above par! Sorry to boast, folks, but my victories (such as they are) are seldom...
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  Mateo: 'Black wins - artistically.' Irving Chernev.
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