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Frank Kreideweiss vs Saathoff
cr W 048 (1989)
Vienna Game: Vienna Gambit (C28)  ·  1-0


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Jun-28-05  beenthere240: White has a forced mate in 38 moves.
Feb-28-06  beenthere240: I'm kidding. What's the follow up to 8...Qe7?
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  TheAlchemist: 8...Qe7 9.Bxf7+ Kd8 10.Nxc6+ bxc6 11.Qxe7 is one possibility, but nothing much. 9.Nxf7 Qxe2 10.Kxe2 Na5 also doesn't look that catastrophic for Black.

8...Nxe5 should be more than satisfactory too.

It's probable that the continuaton is missing.

Mar-01-06  beenthere240: Another idea is that white played 7. Nxe5. (a lot better than Qe2 IMO). Black replies 7....Qe7 and ...oh who knows.
Jun-24-09  openingspecialist: (=0.17) Fritz 10 18/49 10:44 1020mN
8. ... Nxe5 9. Qxe5+ Qe7 10. d4 g5 11. Nd5 Qxe5+ 12. dxe5 Kd8 13. Bd2

Black has either seen a ghost, had his/her phone go off or had something better to do.

Jun-24-09  tivrfoa: <openingspecialist> yeah ... I think he wanted to @#$%. lol 8. ... Nxe5! any other move I think would be a disaster.
Jun-24-09  karnak64: Glad I'm not the only one who was confused.
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  OBIT: This is a correspondence game. There are a million possible reasons why the Black player abandoned the game at this point.
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