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Israel Albert Horowitz vs Charles W Hrissikopoulos
Austin (1941), Austin, TX USA
Sicilian Defense: Morphy Gambit. Andreaschek Gambit (B21)  ·  1-0
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Feb-27-05  MATIC: Wonderful,
Oct-02-07  popski: Indeed, interesting game with a nice & quick check mate! Cool! I'll experiment with Morphy's gambit a bit more...
Jan-02-12
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  GrahamClayton: 14... ♔d7 loses to 15. ♕g4+ ♔c7 16. ♕f4+ ♔b7 17. ♖b1+ ♕b6 18. ♕xf7+ ♗d7 19. ♕xd7+ ♔b8 20. ♗d6#.

The sacrifice of the exchange was worth the control of the board that Horowitz obtained with his bishops.

Nov-08-14  rainingpieces: Black was a bit greedy I think
Nov-08-14  Yopo: 15...Rc8 16 f4 Qa5 17 Qb2 f6 is a defensive possibility, because if 18.Qb7 Qc7.
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