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Carl Hartlaub vs Richard Teichmann
Leipzig (1922)
Polish Opening: General (A00)  ·  1-0



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Mar-24-15  mikealando: The guy's too tech man!
Feb-21-16  Christoforus Polacco: Super game.
Feb-22-16  morfishine: Holy Smokes, White just cruised through Black's position like the old Pac-Man game, and against Teichmann at that!
Nov-17-19  Jean Defuse: ...

Played in the 'Schachgesellschaft Angustea' (18.07.1922)

<Hartlaub's opponent was Teichmann from Erfurt> - see DSZ 1923, p. 186.

(Richard Teichmann lived from 1921 until his death in Berlin ...)


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  whiteshark: The largely unknown amateur "Teichmann" let himself be intimidated by the as always briskly playing Hartlaub, because after <12...Kxh7 13.Qxg4 Kg6!>

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followed by ...Rh8 the spook would have been irrevocably over.

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  saffuna: Black had this game totally won. 12. Rh7 was a bluff that somehow worked.

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