[Event "Swinemünde"] [Site "Swinemünde"] [Date "1936.??.??"] [Round "9"] [White "P. Wächter"] [Black "B. Koch"] [Result "1-0"] [ECO "D34"] [Annotator "Notes from those of P. Wächter from newspaper cutting."] 1. d4 d5 2. c4 e6 3. Nc3 c5 4. cxd5 exd5 5. Nf3 Nc6 6. g3 Nf6 7. Bg2 Be7 8. O-O O-O 9. dxc5 d4 10. Na4 Bf5 { These opening moves occurred in the famous game Batik – Dr Dyckhoff, IFSB Master Tournament 1930 and were later used by both Kurt Richter and Berthold Koch. In his game against Eliskases, Koch now faced 11.b4 but Wächter employs a move order that had been seen several times in the 1930s.} 11. Nh4 Be4 12. f3 Bd5 13. e4 ( { Batik – Dr Dyckhoff continued } 13. Nf5 Be6 14. Nxe7+ Qxe7 15. Bg5 Bc4 { (0-1, 29), but the text move came to be considered stronger.} )13... dxe3 ( { Or } 13... Bc4 14. Rf2 Bb5 15. Nf5 { followed by Nxe7+.} )14. Bxe3 Be6 ( { An earlier game, Wächter – K. Richter, Berlin Championship 1936, continued } 14... g6 15. Rf2 Be6 16. Rd2 Qa5 17. a3 Nd5 18. Bf2 b5 19. f4 bxa4 20. Bxd5 Rad8 { (1⁄2-1⁄2, 45).} )15. Qe1 Nd5 ( { Wächter made no mention of the complications after } 15... g5 16. Rd1 Nd7 17. f4 gxh4 18. f5 { etc., though he looks at it one move later.} )16. Rd1 Qa5 ( { Wächter felt that Black relied too much on the exchange of Queens. Instead, he said, } 16... Ncb4 { should have been considered.} )( { If } 16... g5 { then} 17. f4 gxh4 18. f5 { etc.} )17. Qxa5 Nxa5 18. Nf5 $1 Bxf5 ( 18... Nxe3 { was better.} )19. Rxd5 Be6 20. Rdd1 Bxa2 { Black has regained his gambit pawn, but White’s pieces are better co-ordinated and he will soon acquire the two Bishops.} 21. Nc3 Bb3 22. Nd5 $1 Bxd5 ( { If } 22... Bxd1 23. Nxe7+ { and Rxd1, with the better endgame.} )23. Rxd5 Nc4 24. Bf2 Rad8 25. f4 Rc8 26. b3 Na5 27. Rd7 { White has obtained a winning position; Black cannot capture on c5 because of} 27... Rfe8 28. b4 Nb3 29. Bxb7 Rcd8 30. Rxd8 Rxd8 31. c6 Nd2 32. c7 1-0