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Bjorn Nielsen vs Moller Jensen
Herning - (1926), rd 9
Vienna Game: Vienna Gambit (C26)  ·  1-0
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Feb-10-04  d4Nf6Bg5: nice mate
Jan-25-12  The Finisher: Not worth study. 5...Qh4+ is the right move for Black. I can't see how 5.Bc4 works for White, to be honest.

The Black player was clearly inexperienced, at least against the Vienna. Bc4 before Nf3 in this and the King's Gambit is very risky. Maybe worth studying that idea itself, but only with a 5...Qh4+

Jan-25-12  Shams: 5...Qh4+ 6.Kf1 just looks like a version of the 3...Bc4 KGA where Black has lost two tempi. White would probably rather his pawn be back on e4, but this still looks quite reasonable.
Jan-28-12  The Finisher: Yes, I meant study the Bc4 one with Black moving Qh4+ (not this game here) but the normal way (with Nf3) you end up with Nf3, Bc4 and 0-0 with an open f-file.. so it would want to be good to shift from that.

If you're going to use the Vienna to get a KG, why not just play a KG?

Oct-04-12  sfm: <If you're going to use the Vienna to get a KG, why not just play a KG?> There could be any number of reasons. Here black goes astray very early, while most e4,e5 players know several good defenses against the KG.
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