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Austin De Burca vs Pal Rethy
Warsaw Olympiad (1935), Warsaw POL, rd 7, Aug-21
Slav Defense: Czech. Wiesbaden Variation (D17)  ·  0-1

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Jan-28-08
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  vonKrolock: <12.♔d3> after this white is lost - whith 12.♕e2 ♕xd4+ black would win both central ♙♙s, but the game, far from decided so far

<12...0-0-0!> An extraordinary mating threat - there's another game on record in which a pin mate is threatened in this way in so an early stage?!

Apr-14-08  TheaN: <12.Kd3 after this white is lost - whith 12.Qe2 Qxd4+ black would win both central PPs, but the game, far from decided so far>

Actually, that's probably better for White, still. I mean, trying to trade Queens all the time, getting into the middlegame with N vs 2P is usually won for the Knight. I've to admit as well that after O-O-O still, with the Queen Rook bearing down at a stuck-in-the-middle King, Black has enough compensation.

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