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Zoltan Ribli vs Jozsef Imre
Hungary (1968), HUN
Scotch Game: Göring Gambit. Main Line (C44)  ·  1-0
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Sep-06-04  who: 17...Nxf1?? looks o.k. at first glance.
Aug-12-05  Knight13: <who: 17...Nxf1?? looks o.k. at first glance.> That's because Black overlooked 18. Rd1!! which wins the game. ;)
Aug-12-05
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  beatgiant: <Knight13>
<Black overlooked 18. Rd1!! which wins the game. ;)>

This looks tricky. What if 18...Nd2! 19. Rxd2 a5 20. Qc5 Rc8 21. Qxe5+ Qe6, so that now 22. Qxg7 does not work due to 22...Qe1#, how does White beat this defense?

Aug-13-05  psmith: <beatgiant> 22. Qb5+ Qc6 23. Qe2+ Qe6 24. Qd1 followed by Re2 winning the Black Queen. (Found using chesslab.com's free analysis engine.)
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