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Siegbert Tarrasch vs NN
Berlin (1880), Berlin GER
Scotch Game: Haxo Gambit (C45)  ·  1-0
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Jan-19-06  prinsallan: Amazing that the piano can play this bad ^^
Jun-14-08  addiction to chess: A nice game by Tarrasch. Now black can't save his rook.
Dec-20-08  YoungEd: This "Haxo gambit" with 4. d4 can't actually be any good, can it? I wonder if 4. ...Bxd4 might not be better, in an effort to keep the king-file closed.
Dec-20-08  sleepyirv: <addiction to chess> He can offer his King's knight 11... Nf6 12.Qxf6 Rf8. Not that it matters much.
Feb-17-09  atahualpa yupanqui: sleepyirv if 11: Nf6 then white play 12:Re1 pin the black queen
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  Joshka: <YoungEd> Also 4...Nxd4 might be better as well?
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