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Richard Teichmann vs Jacques Mieses
Berlin (Match) (1910), rd 3
Queen's Gambit Declined: Albin Countergambit. Alapin Variation (D08)  ·  1-0
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  offramp: O Bernstein vs Janowski, 1905 up to 6...Qf6.


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7.g3 Bg4 8.Bg2 O-O-O 9.h3 Bf5 10.O-O g5 11.Qa4 h5.


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12. Ne1. <12. Nb3 looks stronger.> 12...Nge7 13.Nd3 g4 14.h4 Bxd3 15.exd3 Qf5 16.Ne4 Kb8 17.f4.


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Here Dr Lasker preferred
17... gxf3ep
18. Rxf3 Qc8 <Δ ...♘e5>
And if then
19.Bg5 Re8
20. Raf1. If Black then played 20...Ne5 then 21. Rxf8 would win, but overall Black might have enough counterplay to distract White from the queenside.

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25. Qa4!


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White is threatening
26. a6 Nxa6
27. Qxa6 bxa6
28. Nd6+.


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