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Samuel Reshevsky vs Samuel Katz
Simul, 20b (1920) (exhibition), New York, NY USA, Nov-25
Sicilian Defense: McDonnell Attack (B21)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Jul-07-09  vonKrolock: There was still plenty of fight in the final position - before, young Reshevsky went after an amusing ♕ chase, with the result that black remained with ♗+♘+♘ plus a ♙ in the end
Jul-07-09  ILikeFruits: i like...
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  FSR: Katz Game.
Mar-27-16
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  MissScarlett: <There was still plenty of fight in the final position..>

Adjudicated a draw by Frank Marshall.

The score appeared in the <BDE> of December 23rd, 1920, but the same paper's next day report of the simul on November 26th, stated that 'S. Katz had one of only the two boards on which Rzeschewski played the Queen's Gambit declined.'

Mar-27-16  RookFile: Black played a courageous game. He seems to have been a strong player.

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December, p. 188 [Game 110 / 3797]
from American Chess Bulletin 1920 by Phony Benoni

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