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Sachs vs David Gedult
Paris m/1 (1971)
King's Gambit: Falkbeer Countergambit. Blackburne Attack (C31)  ·  0-1
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Apr-08-06  Autoreparaturwerkbau: Gedult never gets tired of attacking quicker than his opponent.
Apr-08-07  Regicidal: Laying one's self open to a bishop fork... happens to the best of us. Gedult was so fixated on F7 that the white bishop diagonal eluded him. The old warning of "knight on the rim, lookin' for a trim" didn't apply here to black.
Apr-08-07  sanyas: <"knight on the rim, lookin' for a trim"> That's the about the sixth rephrasing of 'A knight on the rim is grim' (or whatever it originally was)that I have heard. And yet they freqently do such a good job there. You simply can't evaluate a position based on aspects considered in isolation. On another note, the counterattack in this game was almost Morphy-ish, if a little simple, eg. see A Meek vs Morphy, 1855
Oct-11-08  Whitehat1963: Bam! Bam! Take that! No, you take this! What a slugfest! KO in 30 seconds. Worthy of Mike Tyson circa 1986.
Nov-13-10  sneaky pete:


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Stronger is the immediate 5.Qh5 .. as in the highly entertaining V Zelevinsky vs Ravinsky, 1961.

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