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Nikolai Nikolaevich Riumin vs Vsevolod Rauzer
USSR Championship (1929), Odessa URS, rd 9
French Defense: Reti-Spielmann Attack (C00)  ·  0-1

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Jun-06-06
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  offramp: White plays the opening in more than eccentric fashion.


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Black is incensed and unleashes a colossal attack that is like a hurricane. If 24. Bxh5 then 24...Nf2+ 25. Kg1 Nh3#


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May-24-07  WarmasterKron: What an astounding game. A fairly quiet, quite strange opening phase passes and Rauzer whips out a vicious attack out of nowhere and rolls right over Riumin.
Oct-16-12  Abdel Irada: I wonder if White could have survived with 22. dxe4. So far, I see no decisive refutation, although White's position seems held together with duct tape and shoe polish.
Sep-18-15  ASchultz: 22. dxe4 Nxe4 23. fxe4 f3 as in the game...and if Qc4+ Bd5 and the bishop is toast.
Oct-16-18  arnakor: Fantastic!

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