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Michael Geveke vs Roland Storm
RLN (1983), Germany
Zukertort Opening: Lisitsyn Gambit (A04)  ·  1-0
ANALYSIS [x]

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Nov-02-04  Whitehat1963: Roland gets stormed.
Nov-02-04  Kajtek: Hah, he played terribly though
Nov-02-04  Saruman: 8.Qf7+ Kd6 9.Ne4+ Kc6 10.Qc4+ Kb6 11.Be3+ etc leads to mate.
Nov-02-04  holierthanthou: <saruman> It's very late, but just for fun I decided to try to find that mating line. I might well be overlooking something, but I couldn't find one. 11.Be3+ c5 12. Nxc5 Bxc5 13. Bxc5+ (Qxc5+ Ka6 and black makes it to safety) Kc7 and 14.Be7+ wins the queen but doesn't mate. If 12. Bxc5+, then Bxc5 13. Qxc5+ Ka6 and now 14. Nbc3 is the most promising, but ..Qa5 15.Qc4+ b5 and no mate here either?
Nov-03-04  Saruman: <holierthanthou>I might give my full analysis later cuz right now Im just too tired.
Nov-04-04  Saruman: <holierthanthou> Your line is probably correct. I see now that I overlooked some of black's replies. Just before my analysis I had done 150 grams to moles and moles to grams problems, so you could bet my head felt like sirup. Anyway the game continuation seems stronger after all.
Jan-08-05  Saruman: This line I eventually found;

8.Qf7+ Kd6 9.Ne4+ Kc6 10.Qc4+ Kb6 11.Be3+ c5 12.Nxc5 Bxc5 (not many choices here)13.Bxc5+ Kc6(Ka5?? b4+ Ka4 Nc3+ Kb3 Qb3#) 14.Be7+ Kb6 15.a4! (threatening a5#)-a5 16.Qb5+ Ka7 (Kc7?? Qc5+ Nc6 Bd6#)17.Bxd8! Rxd8(forced) 18.Qxa5+ Na6 19.Qxd8( )

Jan-08-05  Saruman: However I have found no improvement for black in the game, so I still think the game-continuation was stronger.
Jan-13-05  Saruman: arrgh, I overlooked 13.-Kc7! in my line below. How bad it doesnt work now. Although white can win the queen with Be7+, its not nearly as convincing as the game itself.
Feb-07-07  Themofro: Nice game by white.
Mar-07-11  Keith Dow: Dear Saruman,

Close.

8.Qf7+ Kd6 9.Ne4+ Kc6 10.Qc4+ Kb6

11. Nb1c3 a7a5
12. Be3+ c5
13. Nxc5 Nc6
14. Nb5 Nd4
15. Na4+ Ka6
16. Nxd4+ b5
17. Qxb5 Ka7
18. Nc6#

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