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Storm Herseth vs D Danchev
non-FIDE Munich Olympiad (1936), Munich GER, rd 16, Aug-28
Slav Defense: Quiet Variation. Schallopp Defense (D12)  ·  1-0

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Jan-25-11
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  Phony Benoni: A case of going from the frying pan to the piņata. The fun began after <21.Bc2>:


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Black decided on some complications with <21...e5 22.dxe5 Qxh3 23.exf6 Bxf6 24.Bd6 Rfe8 25.e5>...


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...and probably wished he hadn't, since after 25...Be7 26.Bxe7 his back rank problems are exposed. This called for scramble mode. First, <25...Bxc2 26.Qxc2> lured the queen off the b-file, but after <26...Qh5 27.Kg2> Black missed the saving move 27...Nc8, playable since Qxb7 is not available for White.

Instead, Black took the newly opened up flight square with <27...Bg5>, not worried about the pin after <28.Qf5 h6 29.h4 g6 30.Qh3>:


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Until ne noticed the bishop can't move to safety because 31.g4 traps his queen!

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Round 16 (Friday, August 28, 1936) [NOR v. BUL]
from Munich Chess Olympiad 1936: Pt. 2, Rounds 11-21 by Phony Benoni

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