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Eduardas Rozentalis vs Ralf Appel
Bundesliga (1993/94), Germany, Nov-06
Alekhine Defense: Normal Variation (B02)  ·  1-0

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Mar-05-07  Opeth: 40.Rb6! and the following endgame is one of the best things I have seen in chess.
Jan-01-10  LaFreak III: suddenly the center will rolled out
Jun-28-11  Rubenchik: Rozentalis, impressive imagination
Jan-08-15  SpiritedReposte: A hidden gem. Rb6! is indeed pretty.
Apr-17-15  Matesenelinsti: For me the most interesting move is 25.a4. Great plan!
May-10-15
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  ToTheDeath: Rb6!! A true bolt from the blue! Great game!
Jan-28-17  clement41: 28 Qa1 with the follow-up 29 Qa3! is impressive, with subsequent play on the b-file. Today in Eljanov-Carlsen at Tata Steel, white played the same idea.he lost, though.
Mar-31-20  tigreton: Pure magic!
Aug-26-22  Natasha Romannoff: 29 Qa3! idea was also played by smsylov in his game with Reshesky in Hague 1948 where he played 26.Qh4!

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