Nimzowitsch Rubinstein

  
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D. Cleto Junior, 2258
A. Duttagupta, 2112

0-1

See game 113778




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Nimzowitsch - Rubinstein


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Josef Riha    (2006-11-20 11:38:38)
Nimzowitsch - Rubinstein

Here's another interesting quest. The winning move of white is very stragetic.
ChessPosition (see diagram)


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a b c d e f g h




Daniel Khayman    (2006-11-20 21:48:45)
Nimzowitsch - Rubinstein

i'd like to be impressed! i completely fail to see how white can possibly get into a winning position after just one move............ but maybe i'm just too much of an amateur :-)


Josef Riha    (2006-11-20 23:23:38)
Correction!

Sorry for my mistake. I mean the first one of a sequence of moves after which white wins.


Daniel Khayman    (2006-11-21 12:23:24)
?

Nh1?


Josef Riha    (2006-11-21 12:31:09)
Re: ?

Hi Daniel, you're on the right way :-)


Ulrich Imbeck    (2006-11-21 17:01:17)
Nh3!?

With the idea Nf2 Bd7;Nh3 h6. And then?


Josef Riha    (2006-11-21 21:41:20)
Re: Nh3!?

After 18.Nh1 the following moves where done:
18. ... Bd7 19.Nf2 Rae8 20.Rfe1 Rxe2 21.Rxe2 Nd8 22.Nh3 Bc6
The white plan was to occupy g5 with his knight to start attacking the black king.









 

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