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Diana Mueller vs Susanne Pieper
Baden-ch (Women) (1988), Eppingen, rd 7
Italian Game: Schilling-Kostic Gambit (C50)  ·  0-1


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Apr-28-05  WhoKeres: It appears that the 1988 Baden Women's championship must not have been a very strong event. This looks like a game between two 1400 rated players! I am impressed that the database includes a game like this!
Apr-28-05  Boomie: Just call this one "Baden to the Bone"
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  tpstar: An ancient trap which should end with 8 ... Nf3# but Black got it soon enough.

Pied Pieper over Princess Diana by knock-out.

Apr-28-05  Boomie: 8...♘f3+ 9. ♔f1
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  tpstar: <Boomie> Shake Shake Shake the Room!

Argh, I was thinking about 6. Rf1 Qxe4+ 7. Be2 Nf3# instead. So this game *did* have some educational value! ;>D

Jan-11-06  Shep0925: The most fun continuation is actually 8...Nxc2+. White either gates mated (9.Kf1 Qh1#) or loses his/her queen (9.Qxf2 Qxf2) !!!
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  fm avari viraf: I teach in my Chess Academy the 'Traps & Pitfalls'to my novice students so they don't be the victim!
Sep-06-10  LivBlockade: <tpstar: Argh, I was thinking about 6. Rf1 Qxe4+ 7. Be2 Nf3# instead. So this game *did* have some educational value!>

Someone had the same thought nearly 100 years ago!

Muhlock vs B Kostic, 1912

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  GrahamClayton: 9.f3 ♘xf3+ 10.♔f1 ♘xh2+ 11.♔g1 ♗c5+ 12.♔xh2 ♕h4+ 13.♔g2 ♗h3+ 14.♔h1 ♗f1#.
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