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Harry Schussler vs Hakan Akvist
Sverige (1976), Sweden
King's Gambit: Accepted. Double Muzio Gambit (C37)  ·  1-0


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  Benzol: I didn't think anyone played the Muzio Gambit anymore. Amazing!
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  kevin86: This game is unusual for at least two reasons:First,it is a very long game involving the Muzio-most go about 25 moves. Also,twice in this game,white sacs his queen in order to queen yet another pawn!
Nov-21-08  Xeroxx: Fun game.
Jan-02-09  WhiteRook48: 87. Qc6!! the ultimate move!
Oct-07-12  pelle1953: This is a really Crazy Game.
I do remember my first game against Harry.Played som bad variation in French, he attackt like Hell as white and took my Queen.Then he relaxed and i managed to take his King with a 4-move mate.But he prefered to loose on time when i told him that it was all over.

Does'nt remember wich year it was, but he had just missed his Grandmastertile with 2/1000 points (a new world record!)

Harry refuses to remember the game with a smile. The few bullit-games we played thereafter he has won easely using his theoretical advantages.

Mar-30-16  happyjuggler0: There are all kinds of things about this game that are amazing. However what I really find astonishing is that the player who was white has almost *no* games with 1) e4 in the database; this a a d4 player playing the craziest King's gambit line around!!!
Mar-31-16  Howard: This game made the Informant, too. Just looked it up last night.
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