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George Salmon vs Djuro Szabo
Birmingham (1858), Birmingham ENG, rd 1, Aug-24
Philidor Defense: Philidor Countergambit (C41)  ·  1-0
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Jul-20-09  tentsewang: I like the amazing trick by G. Salmon but i think his opponent had the game at the end. Why did his adversary gave up?
Jul-20-09  vonKrolock: The ♔ will move, and the white ♘ will take the black ♕ - this is called <"Knight Fork">
Jan-01-10  rustyrook: 7--dxe4 is an error. Better is 7--Bb4ch
if 8c3 then dxe. The difference is that black gets his King safe and gets an attack for his pawn.
Sep-17-10
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  Jonathan Sarfati: All the same, in the line 7... ♗b4+ 8. c3 dxe4 9.♕xd8+♔xd8 10.cxb4 ♗xe6 10.♘c3 ♘f6 11.♗g5, White has a clear advantage; he has the two ♗s, Black has trouble defending his ♙e4, and his ♔ can't castle and will face 0-0-0+ and prolongued trouble.
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