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Arthur William Dake vs Samuel Reshevsky
"Dake Tripper" (game of the day Sep-25-2020)
USA-ch (1938), New York, NY USA, rd 9, Apr-13
Spanish Game: Morphy Defense. Steinitz Deferred (C79)  ·  0-1



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Dec-01-14  Raginmund: Interesting masterpiece
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  offramp: Reshevsky outplays his strong opponent. It is eye-opening to watch him change these pawns

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...into these:

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  al wazir: The finish is the best part: 70. Rb3 Ba4 71. Ke2 Bxb3 72. e8=Q d1=Q#.
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  perfidious: Some clever endgame play by Reshevsky.
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  keypusher: For the first 50 moves I was wondering why on earth this had been picked for GOTD. Things definitely livened up after that!
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  saffuna: 59. Rf1 is the sort of move players might make when tired and under pressure, not seeing a tactic.

Then again, this might have been after an adjournment.

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