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Max Kuerschner vs Siegbert Tarrasch
Nuremberg club m (1891)
Spanish Game: Classical Variation. Cordel Gambit (C64)  ·  0-1
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Dec-20-04  ughaibu: Wow! Here you go. The Ruy Lopez is definitely UNSOUND.
Dec-20-04  Knezh: Qb3 looks dubious.. WHy not 8. d4?
Dec-20-04  george IV: What if 18.♕g8? I can see nothing better than a perpetual check then.
Dec-20-04
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  crafty: 18. ♕g8 ♕f3+ 19. ♔g1 ♕g4+ 20. ♔h1 ♕f3+ =   (eval 0.00; depth 17 ply; 500M nodes)
Dec-20-04  JohnBoy: Why settle for giving black a perp when 18.f3 makes black have to work harder for the draw. The best I can see for black after this is 18...Bd6 19.Rf2 Qc1+ 20.Kg2 Bc5, when black may be able to find a perp
Jul-31-05
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  Honza Cervenka: <JohnBoy> 18...Bd6 19.Rf2 Qc1+ 20.Kg2 Qg5+ is already perpetual check.
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