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Celso Golmayo Zupide vs Joseph Henry Blackburne
Blackburne - Golmayo (1891), Havana CUB, rd 9, Feb-28
Scotch Game: Schmidt Variation (C45)  ·  1-0
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Feb-26-08  paladin at large: One usually thinks of Blackburne as old - here he loses to a man 21 years older than him. 13. e5 and 16. Na4 are interesting moves by Golmayo.
Mar-14-16
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  zanzibar: Although 13.e5 is more precise than 16.Na4.

Vazquez gives 14...d6!!, which is what it is as a swindle. But White has a great defensive move after 15...Be6:


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and it's not 16.Na4.

(E.g. 16.a4! Bxc3 17.Bxc3 Qxa4+ 18.Kb1 Qa2+ 19.Kc1 Rxb2?! 20.Bxb2 Rb8 21.c4!)

Mar-14-16
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  zanzibar: By move 35 the dust has settled, and Black has the advantage:

(White to move after 34...Ra8)


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Golmayo turned the tables on Blackburne with good endgame play in a couple of games in this match.

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