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Manfred Kloss vs Emil Joseph Diemer
corr West Germany (1959)
Latvian Gambit: Accepted. Bronstein Attack (C40)  ·  0-1
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Sep-06-07  Autoreparaturwerkbau: Oops! I bet white was unaware of it when playing 16.Nxe4?.
Nov-05-07  xeroxmachine: Of course he was otherwise he would probably not resigned!
Nov-30-09  SharkBait: I'm not sure that white should have resigned. he does not have to do 19 PxQ but could do p-KN3 protecting the rook pawn and white has a king side pawn majority with a couple as passed pawns for blacks extra knight.
May-28-10  Xeroxx: Nah, taking the queen is probably the best move. If he would have plaid on.
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