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Gyula Breyer vs Kornel Havasi
Budapest (1918), Budapest HUN
Indian Game: General (A45)  ·  1-0

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Annotations by Richard Reti.      [2 more games annotated by Reti]

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Apr-09-09  Andrijadj: This is much better Breyer-Havasi game than that which is game of the day today...
Apr-09-09  LimSJ: indeed. and this for me is another inspiring example of a complicated middle game culminating to a successful infiltration of the back rank via H-file; just when black's pieces were prepared against the Q-side.
Jun-14-12  backrank: Totally deep and esthetic game by Breyer, with excellent annotation by Reti (from 'Modern Ideas in Chess').
Apr-23-21  Stolzenberg: One could call the opening a Slav Defense, Quiet Variation, Schallopp Defense (D12). However, Breyer played it very similar to Breyer vs Gruenfeld, 1918 at the Charousek Memorial tournament at Kassa/Kosice.

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