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   Sep-19-23 Saemisch vs Stahlberg, 1935
nizmo11: The game was played in Helsinki (Helsingfors) (and not Helsingborg), June 16 1935 in a tournament organized by the Finnish Chess magazine <Suomen Shakki>, 13-20 June 1935. comments by the winner (Suomen Shakki 4/1935, p. 8 Despite the ...
   Sep-17-23 Botvinnik vs Euwe, 1934
nizmo11: About the move order of the game: I see the comment from 2009 by <chessdreamer> This seems to be have prompted a change. The current core is indeed given in <from Steinitz to Fischer>, but it looks strange to me: 13.Bb1, and especially the move 14...Re8, (why not ...
   Sep-17-23 Euwe vs Bogoljubov, 1934
nizmo11: Timman shows that Euwe could have won with 38.Rc7! Ke6 39.Rxd7 Kxd7 40.Kd4 and if 40...Kxd6 not 41.Bxe5+?, but 41. a4 or Bf4, followed by tempo moves with the bishop on the diagonal. After Black plays Ke6, White wins with Bxe5 and Kc5. At the early stages of the rook ending Black ...
   Sep-17-23 Reti vs Euwe, 1928
nizmo11: Timman shows that 40...Ke7 was a mistake, that would have given Reti a chance to draw with 40. Kg5!, the main line: 40... f6+ 41. Kh6 Kd6 42. h4 Kc5 43. g4 Kb5 44. Ra1 a4 45. f5 gxf5 46. exf5 exf5 47. gxf5 a3 48. Ra2 Kb4 49. h5 [DIAGRAM] "and White has a crazy rook. In fact being
   Sep-16-23 Euwe vs Bogoljubov, 1921
nizmo11: Timman in <Max Euwe's best games>: "The best move was 13...Nxd4 as Glek played in Spoelman vs Glek, 2003 ." This this leads to the same variant <Atking> shows. Timman agrees with the evaluation: [after 18...Bd7] "White should now have played 19.Qf3 Rag8 20.Rg3 after ...
   Sep-11-23 Von Bardeleben vs H Caro, 1892
nizmo11: Caro sacrificed a pawn with 5...0-0, and got an advantage after the careless 11.d4? that allowed 11...f3!. After 13.Ne4, the continuation 13...Qh4 14.Ng3 Be6 would have been very strong. Caro repeated this gambit against Winawer in their match few months later, and then again in W ...
   Sep-10-23 Winawer vs Von Bardeleben, 1892
nizmo11: Very good game from von Bardebelen, with a positional exchange sacrifice. This was made possible by Winawer's move 20.g4? that instead of stopping 20...f5 just increased the force of this reply. Lissowski in Wizard of Warsaw (p. 139): "In round 13, Winawer suffered another setback;
   Sep-05-23 H Caro vs Winawer, 1892
nizmo11: Very eventful game, and very hard to analyze or summarize briefly. Winawer again pushed g-pawn, got into a bad position, then 20.Bd4?! allowed 20...Nf6! and with maneuver Nh5-g7-e6 Black started to turn the game around. He then missed shot 33...Rxa2, and was again much worse, but ...
   Sep-04-23 H Caro vs Winawer, 1892
nizmo11: I thought that perhaps Caro played 30.Rxc7+ Qxc7 31.Qxb5 with the idea to finish the game after 31...Rc6 with 32.Rc1, but then noticed Black has 32...Qb7 33. Qxa4 Qa6 (though White is still winning here)
   Sep-04-23 Biographer Bistro (replies)
nizmo11: Lissowski (p. 146): "Still was it on official match or not? Why were the game scores only published by Deutsches Wochenschach a year and half later, in early 1994?. Did this perhaps mean that Caro was planning to work more closely with the magazine, and that he was the only person ...
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