Forgot to add that if you are using this game to teach a student then
take time out to show the Tarrasch Trap.
Here Fonarov played 7....exd4 instead of 7...0-0
Because of the Tarrasch Trap given below.
The trap stops 11 moves later with 18.c4 and White wins the exchange.
Remember to add it was between Tarrasch - Marco, Dresden 1892
and that Tarrasch published the whole trap in a chess magazine about
4 months prior to the game being played.
(Marco resigned on move 17).
After showing the trap(s)-(you also have to show the trap working
with 10...Rfxd8) . You then move onto the main event and give
the Capa game.
In a later lesson, covering the dangers of relaxing in a won position,
you can return to this trap and show what happened to a lad in a class
I was teaching when I paired them up to go over what they had
been shown. He managed to lose this as White!
Here is the game. Tarrasch - Marco finished 1-0 on move 17 but we
continue with 'Smith - Jones' which finished 0-1 on move 23.