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Gustaf Nyholm vs Richard Reti
Baden-bei-Wien (1914), Baden bei Wien AUH, rd 10, Apr-18
Danish Gambit: General (C21)  ·  0-1
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Mar-28-09
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  al wazir: After 9... Nc6?, 10. Bxc6 wins a piece. I don't think black gets adequate compensation with 10...bxc6 11. Qxb4 Ba6+ 12. Ke1 (12. Kg1 Qd3 13. Nbd2) Qd3 13. Nc3 Rd8 14. Rd1.
Dec-12-09  Skakalec: he's not winning the piece with 10.Bc6 as 10... bxc6 11.Qb4 Rb1! 12. Qc3 Rb2 takes it back
Dec-14-09
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  al wazir: <Skakalec: he's not winning the piece with 10.Bc6 as 10... bxc6 11.Qb4 Rb1! 12. Qc3 Rb2 takes it back>

You're right. I assume you had in mind 10. Bxc6 bxc6 11. Qxb4 Rb8 (not Rb1) 12. Qxb8 Qd1+ 13. Ne1 Ba3+.

May-23-17  cwcarlson: 9.♕b3? ; 9.♗f7+ ♔h8 (9...♔f7 10.♕b3+ ♔e8 11.♕b4 ♘c6 12.♕e1 ♗g4 13.♘bd2 ♕d3+ 14.♔g1 ♖d8 15.h3 ♗f3 ♘f3 ) 10.♕d8 ♖d8 11.♘bd2 ♗d2 12.♗f6 gf 13.♖d1 ♗g4 14.♖d2 ♘d7 .
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