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Hugo Faehndrich / Rudolf Charousek vs Alexander Halprin / Georg Marco
Vienna (1897), Vienna AUH, Oct-13
King's Gambit: Accepted. MacDonnell Gambit (C37)  ·  1/2-1/2
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May-04-08
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  Phony Benoni: You know, maybe it's just me. But would you say that this game is double-edged?
Feb-25-12  PKNJ: I vote for this as the craziest game of all time. Not the best, or most significant, or most complicated, but the craziest ... I count 10 times that one side or the other just chucks away material. What do you all think?
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  zanzibar: Round 1.2
Dec-11-14
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  offramp: In the KGA white initially gives up a pawn so as to quickly surrender the initiative. In order to regain the initiative he normally has to give up a piece. This is generally a knight, given up either on f7 or f3. But that does not mean that black has to stop attacking....

Hugo Faehndrich, Rudolf Charousek, Alexander Halprin & Georg Marco all knew how to play these wide-open games: keep developing even at the cost of the kitchen sink, and have fun.

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