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Immo-Frank Angermann vs A Schneider
SchGambit I/35 (1987)
Italian Game: Two Knights Defense. Traxler Counterattack King March line (C57)  ·  0-1


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Aug-07-04  TheTurk: boy this game is just plain painfull to watch.
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  misguidedaggression: I can't see the mate, and I know that the point isn't to skewer the queen because Black could've had it 2 moves ago with 10...Nf2+ so obviously the mate is there even if white plays 11.Kc2 or 11.Kxc4. I'm sure I'm missing something because 10...Nf2+ isn't the type of move a 5 year old would overlook (well, at least not a russian 5 year old) much less someone who plays the Traxler.
Aug-09-04  Saruman: 10.-Nf2+ wins by far and there is no mate in the final position.
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  InfinityCircuit: Ironically a couple months ago I did an extensive analysis of this line of Two is always painful for White.
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  whiteshark: After <9.Qh5+!> white is winning, e.g. <9...g6 10.Nxg6 Qc5+ 11.Ke2 >

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