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Eero Einar Book vs Isaac Kashdan
Stockholm Olympiad (1937), Stockholm SWE, rd 8, Aug-05
Russian Game: Cozio (Lasker) Attack (C42)  ·  0-1



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May-29-12  Swedish Logician: A lovely game by Kashdan; he was in top form at Stockholm 1937. The position after 28. Bxd6 might make a good Friday or Saturday puzzle.
May-29-12  shivasuri4: Good find, <Swedish Logician>! For those wondering, 28(or 29)... Nxd6 is met with the simple Rxd6, and the rook is taboo.
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  Honza Cervenka: Book For Cash!:-D

Lovely game, indeed!

May-29-12  pericles of athens: Tango and Cash
Jan-10-22  jerseybob: The 5.Qe2 line against the Petrov is rather drawish, no problem for an endgame whiz like Kashdan. But then, having opted for the early queen swap, white suddenly gets aggressive. That was no problem either.
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  LRLeighton: Book overlooked that he could play the Bxd6 line a move earlier. After 27. Bxd6, white has all the winning chances and black has to play accurately to draw. Of course, good players are lucky, but Kashdan was definitely lucky in this one.

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