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Milan Vidmar vs Reuben Fine
Warsaw Olympiad (1935), Warsaw POL, rd 10, Aug-23
Queen's Gambit Declined: Orthodox Defense. Classical Variation (D68)  ·  1-0

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Jul-01-07  Hans Jochen Peters: After I did not find this game here still some time ago,I am happy to see it now included,because it certainly deserves so. Although the Fine of 1934/35 was not yet the Fine of some years later and Fine did not too well in Warsaw, I consider this game a technical masterpiece, a modell performance by Vidmar, convincingly demonstrating the strength of the stratagem of the minority attack. I never quite understood why Vidmar did not include this game, which has always been one of my favorites, in his best games´collection.
Jun-30-12  kostich in time: At Nottingham 1936 , Vidmar and Fine played a series of speed games for stakes. Fine won a lot of money. When the series was over, Fine aske d Dr. Vidmar, "Is that how they play chess in Yugoslavia?" Apparently the speed games were Fine's revenge for this.

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