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Isaac Kashdan vs Arthur William Dake
USA-ch (1938), New York, NY USA, rd 17, Apr-24
Neo-Grünfeld Defense: Ultra-delayed Exchange Variation (D79)  ·  0-1

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Mar-05-12  The17thPawn: I fail to see the point of 20.g4, Kashdan seems fine until he opens up his king position for a single move threat.
Mar-05-12  Shams: A pair of pawns comes off the board on d5 on move seven and that counts as the "Ultra-delayed exchange variation". Has anyone tried waiting until move 9 or 10 just to see what happens?
May-30-14  jerseybob: The17thPawn: I don't get 20.g4 either, but I wouldn't say white's game is fine. Black still seems to have a slight pull, and has had one since white began wholesale wood chopping with 12.Ne5!? Kash was an endgame whiz, but not a magician, and black's game after 19 moves just seems sounder to me.

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Round 17 -- 24 Apr 1938
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