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Carl Hamppe vs Wilhelm Steinitz
Vienna (1859), Vienna AUT, Oct-13
King's Gambit: Accepted. Hanstein Gambit (C38)  ·  0-1
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Sep-27-07  psmith: Time to link to some games won by Steinitz in open positions. This one is not a bad effort. And no comments yet.
Dec-10-10  rapidcitychess: Very nice game. You would of expected white to win after that huge pawn roller on the queen side.
May-15-14  ljfyffe: Steinitz-Robert Short, Montreal, 1893: 1e4 e5 2f4 exf4 3Nf3 g5 4h4 g4 5Ne5 Nf6 6Bc4 d5 7exd5 Bd6 8d4 Nh5 9Nc3 Ng3 10Rh2 Nh5 11Nxg4 Qe7 12Ne5 Bxe5 13dxe5 Qxe5+ 14Qe2 f6 15Ne4 Kd8 16Nf2 Re8 17Qxe5 fxe5 18Bd2 e4
19Be2 f3 20Bg5 Kd7 21Bb5 c6 22dxc6 bxc6
230-0-0 Ke7 24Bc4 e3 25Bf7 Rf8 26Bxh5 exf2
27gxf3 Be6 28Rf2 Na6 29Re2 Bd5 30Re7 Kb6
31Be3 Ka5 32Rb7 1-0
May-17-14  yureesystem: Beautiful and brilliant played by Steinitz.
Jul-01-14  ljfyffe: See Hilbert:Additions to the Steinitz Cannon"Writings in Chess History" 2012.
Jul-01-14  ljfyffe: Table of contents has <cannon>. Thr Steinitz Papers by Landsberger has <passes and cannons of the Rockies>, p.45.
May-29-18  Telemus: 10.. ♗e6 looks like a blunder because of 11.e5!.
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