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Walter Oswaldo Cruz vs Fricis Apsenieks
Buenos Aires Olympiad fin-A (1939), Buenos Aires ARG, rd 7, Sep-08
Spanish Game: Exchange Variation. General (C68)  ·  1-0

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Oct-29-06  capablancakarpov: 41.Kxf7!, great move, if Bxa8 42.Nf6+ Kh6 43.g5++
Apr-18-17  clement41: The overall level of play looks somewhat sloppy to me. For ex, it seems that 10 Nf5 is both pointless (apart from trading white's good bishop...) and premature. However, a few interesting ideas:
29 Rh1, opposing black's battery on the h file is good strategically: by removing one pair of rooks white ensures Black can no longer penetrate on this file. The choice of entering a B vs N endgame (where Black probably stands better due to pawns on both flanks+targets on light squares for the bishop) is more committing than keeping a pair of rooks. Also the pawn levers ...a4 and ...h5 by black are of interest. 36...Rxb3? 37 Ra8!
It seems that the whole black conception with ...Bg3/...Rh2+ is flawed. Nice 41 Kxf7!
Jun-30-18
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  louispaulsen88888888: I agree 10Nf5 seems like a waste of time.
Personally I would’ve recaptured with 30.Rxh1.

White would have done better to defend the cpawn with 33.Rc1.It would only be temporary passivity as the Black rook will be evicted soon by the knight.

Jun-30-18
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  louispaulsen88888888: Black has a clever way out with 35...g5!

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