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Wilhelm von Stamm vs Akiba Rubinstein
3rd Russian National Tournament (1903), Kiev RUE, rd 6, Sep-??
Tarrasch Defense: Symmetrical Variation (D32)  ·  0-1

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Apr-26-08  Archerforthelord: Why would the rest of the game be unavailable?
Apr-26-08
Premium Chessgames Member
  Calli: Often the original publication would save space by omitting the final moves of games where one side is well ahead in material as in this game. Thus, years later, when the original scorecards can't be found, the rest of the score is unavailable.
Apr-27-09  Raf: I wonder how would Stamm last another 17 moves before Rubi gets him?
Aug-08-10
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  jessicafischerqueen: From <Karpova>:

"0-1 Rubinstein saw further ahead than his opponent."

Feb-09-13  Diglot: 1.d4 d5 2.Nf3 c5 3.e3 e6 4.c4 Nf6 5.Nc3 Nc6 6.a3 cxd4 7.exd4 Be7 8.cxd5 <8.Bd3 or 8.c5 are perhaps better alternatives> 8...exd5 9.Bd3 O-O 10.O-O Bg4 11.Be2 Qb6 12.Ne5 <12.Re1 or 12.Be3 would have probably been better> 12...Bxe2 13.Nxe2 Bd6 14.Bf4 Rfe8 15.Nd7 Nxd7 16.Bxd6 Nxd4 17.Nxd4 Qxd6 18.Nb5 <18.Rc1 is more useful here> 18...Qb6 19.Qxd5 Nf6 20.Qc4 <20.Qf5 would have been much better> 20...Rac8 21.Qb4 Re4 22.Rac1 <22Qb3 is better and if 22...a6 then 22...Qh3!> 22...Rc6 23.Qb3 a6 24.Nd4 Qxd4 25.Qxb7 Rxc1 26.Rxc1 g6 27.h3 <Probably a bit better is 27.Qxa6 Qxb2 28. Rf1 Kg7> 27...Re2 <Rub stein won in 44 moves. The rest of the game score is not available> 0-1
Apr-08-13
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  PawnSac: <Raf: I wonder how would Stamm last another 17 moves before Rubi gets him?>

because he probably played it out to mate, just to be able to say.. "I lasted 44 moves against the great Rubenstein!"

But 28. Rf1 Rxb2 29. Qxa6 Ne4 seems sufficient to dump a bucket of cold water on any of his hopes, and is fully resignable.

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