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Amos Burn vs Siegbert Tarrasch
Frankfurt (1887), Frankfurt am Main GER, rd 17, Jul-29
Vienna Game: Vienna Gambit. Steinitz Gambit Soerensen Defense (C25)  ·  1-0
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Jun-27-06  prinsallan: My continuation vs Chessmaster 10...
44. ... f3+ 45. Bxf3 Ka5 46. Qc3+ Kb6 47.
c5+ Qxc5 48. dxc5+ Bxc5 49. Qxc5+ Ka5 50. Be1+ Ka4 51. Bd1# 1-0

Oct-20-07
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  whiteshark: <Steinitz Gambit>, opening of the day. What else can I say ??
Mar-22-17  cwcarlson: 16.ef Qf6 17.Ng5 hg 18.Rh8 Bh8 19.Qh5 wins.
Aug-14-17  Saniyat24: Oh man what a game...what a move 13. Kg2...hiding his King behind the safety of black pawns, and guarding with bishops and knight...Burns attacks dazzlingly on the Queen-side, and black king has no place to hide... "Thrashed & Burned."
Feb-21-18  schnarre: ...Love how Burn brought out his attack on the Queenside.
Feb-22-18
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  heuristic: use olga for SF analysis:

34...Qb6?
34...Rh8 35.Rh5 Be6 36.a4 Bf7

35...Qg6?
35...Rh8 36,Re1 Qd8

39.a5?!
39.c4 Bf8 40.c4xd5 Nb6 41.Qb3

40...Rd8?!
40...Re7 41.a6 b6 42.Nxd7+ Qxd7 43.Qxd5 Qxd5 44.Bxd5 Re2

41...bxa6?
41...Nb6 42.axb7 a5 43.bxa6 Ka7

Apr-14-18
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  Sally Simpson: Tarrasch calls the latter part his play in this game as 'pathetic.'

Here instead of 34...Qb6


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He suggests 34...Rh8 with the idea of pushing the h-pawn.

it certainly looks a lot better than the 34...Qb6 35....Qg6 idea.

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