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NN vs Martin Bier
Hamburg (1903), Hamburg GER
King's Gambit: Declined. Classical Variation (C30)  ·  0-1


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Jun-29-05  Knight13: 10... Nh5 prevented White from castling but he did it anyway!! 11. Bxf7+?? is a bad move. Better was 11. h4, leading too 11... dxe5 12. Na4 Qd6 and so on. I don't think NN expected 12... Nf3+!!.

Interesting game.

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  alexmagnus: Lol white's check gets responded by black's double-check.
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  whiteshark: <alexmagnus: Lol white's check gets responded by black's double-check.>

Position before <12... Nf3+>:

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<13. Kh1 Ng3#>

Jul-18-08  ravel5184: 12. O-O+ Nf3++ 13. Kh1 Ng3# ouch!!!
Jul-18-08  Udit Narayan: Beautiful mate.
Jan-03-09  WhiteRook48: what a Knightmare
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  GrahamClayton: NN obviously did not learn from this game as 2 years later he lost another miniature as White against Bier:

NN vs M Bier, 1905

Jan-22-09  WhiteRook48: 11. Bxf7+?? very unsound
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  kevin86: What a counter! White castles with check! Black interposes with DOUBLE CHECK and mates next move!!!
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