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Gosta Stoltz vs Friedrich Saemisch
Swinemunde (1932), Swinemunde GER
King's Gambit: Accepted. Kieseritsky Gambit Rubinstein Variation (C39)  ·  1-0


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  vonKrolock: this game follows an old variation analised by Philidor in the late 1700's (there 11.g3 d5 12.Bg2 f5 13.Nd2 Be6 14.0-0 Nc6 15.Kh2 0-0-0 " "); Stoltz's 16.Bb5+ is a tricky move, 16...c6!? 17.Nxc6 a6 would lead to intricated complications; whith the actual 16...Bd7 17.Rae1+ Black is in trouble - if 17...Kf8, then 18.Bxd7 Nxd7 19.Nd5 Rc8 20.Nxc7! etc
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  Honza Cervenka: 18...Bh6 doesn't help much. After 19.Bxd7 Bxg5+ 20.hxg5 Nxd7 21.Rxf7 white has clear advantage.
Aug-24-06  prinsallan: Brilliant. Gösta - my hat goes off for you.
Dec-04-07  Aldo Bonatti: I prefer 9)......,Nc6!. see the list of similar games pag.2 after 9.Qe2. The game Pnntaleoni-Bonatti was played and noted by me, like the over noted. Into volumes of Encyclopaedia of Chess Openings and other monographs dedicated to King's Gambiy Accepted - Kieseritsky Gambit (C39) -it is reported the game Schmidt-Batcinski ? 1943 ?.I'm not able to find all moves of this game in none database,even in your. The game Schmidt-Batcinski is different from Stoltz-Samisch because Batcinski played 10).....,Nc6, instead of 10).....,h5 played by Samisch. Can you help to find this game?


Dec-04-07  Aldo Bonatti: Honza Cervenka is perahps relative of masters Jan Cervenka or Imrich Cervenka?
Dec-04-07  Karpova: <Aldo Bonatti>
Honza is Jan Cervenka
Apr-11-10  backrank: <this game follows an old variation analised by Philidor in the late 1700's>

Wow ... I once more marvel at the fact how modern Philidor's insights were!

Heidenfeld comments on this game: 'One of the greatest strategic miniatures in chess history'

Apr-11-10  parisattack: Stoltz played some wonderfully energetic and aggressive - yet positionally deep - chess in his short career.

A pity there is not much written about him in the literature of the game. Schackmastaren Gosta Stoltz by Book is all I know; it would be great to see it published in English!

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