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Paul Blechschmidt vs Salomon Flohr
Zwickau (1930), Zwickau GER, Apr-??
English Opening: Symmetrical Variation. Full Symmetry Line (A38)  ·  0-1



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Aug-11-11  Whitehat1963: What's the best move after 26. Kf3?
Dec-01-12  ForeverYoung: 23 ... b5 is quite the uppercut setting up Qxc4+ Flohr plays this game with amazing energy.
Feb-22-13  hedgeh0g: What a great game! White's somewhat inaccurate opening play was punished ruthlessly by his seasoned opponent.
Feb-24-13  Bowen Island: Larry C analyzes this game in his Feb 20th, 2013, column on ICC!

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