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Howard Staunton vs Bernhard Horwitz
London m3 (1846), London ENG, rd 11
Dutch Defense: Staunton Gambit. Chigorin Variation (A83)  ·  1-0
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Jun-13-04  feenian: stauntons attack here with his king is very much like two games of nigel short- wins against kasparov and timman.
Aug-28-05  Knight13: Interesting game. Staunton plays the Staunton Gambit. Fits his style!
Jan-14-07  who: Of course not 3...d5? which loses to 4.Qh5+
Oct-10-07  nimh: Rybka 2.4 mp, AMD X2 2.01GHz, 10 min per move, threshold 0.25.

Staunton 3 mistakes:
11.c3 -0.74 (11.c4 -0.46)
12.cxd4 -0.74 (12.Qb3 -0.48)
33.Nf1 0.94 (33.a7 1.73)

Horwitz 7 mistakes:
11...cxd4 -0.48 (11...c4 -0.74)
22...a5 -0.12 (22...Rf7 -0.43)
23...Qxf5 0.56 (23...Rae8 -0.13)
29...Bd3 1.77 (29...Bc4 0.84)
33...Rc2 5.65 (33...Rcd8 0.94)
43...Qb7 14.88 (43...Qd8 14.35)
45...h4 #20 (45...g5 29.38)

Oct-11-07  nimh: Correction, new threshold 0.33.

Staunton 1 mistake:
33.Nf1 0.94 (33.a7 1.73)

Horwitz 5 mistakes:
23...Qxf5 0.56 (23...Rae8 -0.13)
29...Bd3 1.77 (29...Bc4 0.84)
33...Rc2 5.65 (33...Rcd8 0.94)
43...Qb7 14.88 (43...Qd8 14.35)
45...h4 #20 (45...g5 29.38)

Mar-06-09  Samagonka: 2 queens against one, now that's not fair! :0(
Mar-25-09  WhiteRook48: how does 4. Qh5+ win after 4...g6?
May-24-09  WhiteRook48: seven queens against zero, now that's not fair!
Jan-13-11  Salaskan: After move 7 the only thing white has accomplished with his 'gambit' is relinquishing the bishop pair...
Dec-07-18  radioarno: Black has a couple of bad blunders in here.
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