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Angel Ribera Arnal vs Jose Raul Capablanca
Barcelona (1929), Barcelona ESP, rd 8, Oct-03
Queen's Indian Defense: Kasparov Variation (E12)  ·  0-1

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May-24-09  blacksburg: goodness, capa makes it look so easy. it feels like white is almost losing by force after 15.dxe5.
Mar-04-14  capablancakarpov: The original score sheet of this game:

http://javiastu.blogspot.com.es/201...

Jul-02-14  gars: <blacksburg>: But White is losing by force, isn't it?
Jul-02-14  gars: <blacksburg> : please take a look at "Capablanca's Hundred Best games of Chess", by Harry Golombek. This is game 73 and Golombek criticizes 14) ...dxe5, (although he offers no alternative move) and states that from move 18) ...R(f8)d8 on White is lost.
Sep-05-17
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  fredthebear: Fredthebear knows from personal experience that avoiding an exchange of queens can land one in hot water because the opposing queen often improves her position after thy own queen retreats from the exchange.
Jul-17-20  bkpov: Capablanca must be an arrogant sob and why not?

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