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David Janowski vs Jan Willem te Kolste
Scheveningen (1913), Scheveningen NED, rd 1, Jul-28
Indian Game: Wade-Tartakower Defense (A46)  ·  1-0

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Feb-23-18  Serpentin: 11..Ce8 etait faible. Apres ca, le jeu des blancs est exemplaire.

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wKg1,Nf3,Bb3,Re7,f1,Pa2,b2,c3,d4,g2,h2/bKg8,Nd5,- Bc8,Ra8,f8,Pa7,b7,c6,f7,g7,h7

A partir de cet instant, il est intÚressant de voir comment les blancs s'emparent du pion en d5. ce qui procure aux blancs un pion passÚ...et les noirs n'ont aucune ressource en contrepartie. Le reste se passe de commentaires.

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