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Ludwig Rellstab vs Isaac Kashdan
Stockholm (1930), Stockholm SWE, rd 2, Oct-21
Queen's Gambit Declined: Orthodox Defense. Main Line (D63)  ·  0-1

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Dec-07-04  kostich in time: Der Kleine Capablanca was always an artist with his bishops.
Dec-13-07
Premium Chessgames Member
  Phony Benoni: Back in the days when <Resignation Trap> and I went to many tournaments together, he often grew exasperated at my ability to butcher endgames. "Use the king!", he would tell me. "Use the king! Use the king!"

Alas, the lesson never sank in, and it was all due to this game. It was used as an example in the first chess book I ever owned, <Reinfeld on the Engdame in Chess>, and I could never get over the impression it left on me.

Dec-13-07  blitzkriege: I can't find the win. I'm looking at:

39. Bxa2 Bxd3
40. Bxb1 Bxb1
41. Bxc3

Or,

39. Bxa2 Bd4+
40. Nf2

What am I missing?

Dec-14-07
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  tpstar: <blitzkriege> Combine those two ideas = 39. Bxa2 Bxd3 40. Bxb1 Bd4+ 41. Kh1 Bxb1, or 40. Bxc3 Nxc3.
Dec-01-18  sallyx: In book Chess Strategies and Tactics 1946 the game continues from move 36...Bc3! 37.Nd3 Bc2 38.f3 a2 White resigns
May-10-19
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  GrahamClayton: Unusual position after 37...♗c2, with a symmetrical arrangement of bishops and knights:


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