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Daniel Hausrath vs Kai-Uwe Schiffer
Groningen Open (2012), Groningen NED, rd 2, Dec-22
Zukertort Opening: Queen Pawn Defense (A06)  ·  1-0



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Dec-26-12  notyetagm:
Dec-26-12  notyetagm: D Hausrath vs K Uwe Schiffer, 2012

Game Collection: BLOCKADERS DO *NOT* PROTECT SQUARES!!! 25 Be3-b6! Black a7-pawn blockades a7-sq from a6-half passer

Aug-22-13  engmaged: 22.♘e4! is brilliant.. here is some of the magic and I think It needs even more analysis.. the main ideas revolve around getting a pawn clear to promote and the mate net around the black ♔ formed mainly by e5 ♙

22... dxe4 23. ♖xc6 ♗b5 24. ♗xe4 ♔d8 25. ♖c3 ♖c7
<(25... ♖d7 26. ♖b3 a6
(26... ♗xe2 27. ♖b8+ ♔c7 (27... ♔e7 28. ♗c5+ ) 28. ♗xa7 ) 27. ♖xb5! axb5 28. a6 ) >

26. ♗b6! axb6 27. axb6

Oct-26-15  st.dvy: Daring and thought provoking tactical display; based upon Schiffer's jumbled queen side and undeveloped king side. 22.Ne4 is an amazing find, but 18.g4!! got it all started. Just look at that knight on g7. How bad is that? 25.Bb6!! is one for the ages!

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