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Adolf Anderssen vs Lionel Kieseritzky
London (1851), Jun-14
Italian Game: Evans Gambit. Stone-Ware Variation (C51)  ·  0-1



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  Honza Cervenka: Very well played game by Kieseritzky with an elegant finish.
Jul-19-07  benba57: Many people get nervous about having doubled pawns on the f-file with black, at least when castling kingside, but it seems that many times black can win against Evan's gambit despite the double pawns on the f-file.
Oct-20-07  nimh: Rybka 2.4 mp, AMD X2 2.01GHz, 10 min per move, threshold 0.33.

Anderssen 6 mistakes:
10.Nd2 -1.24 (10.Nf5 -0.32)
18.f4 0.00 (18.h4 1.55)
20.Kh1 -1.12 (20.Nxd4 0.21)
22.Rf4 -1.63 (22.Qxe4 -1.27)
24.Rcf1 -2.14 (24.Rf3 -1.36)
32.g4+ -3.04 (32.Kg1 -2.09)

Kieseritsky 4 mistakes:
10...Qe5 -0.23 (10...dxc3 -1.24)
14...Nxd4 0.63 (14...Qxc4 -0.05)
17...Qb4 1.55 (17...Qd3 0.43)
26...Rfe8 -1.55 (26...b6 -2.18)

Mar-03-08  Koenigsgambit: Anderssen missed the forced mate in 22. gxf6..
Mar-03-08  Gilmoy: 22.gxf6+ Qxg4
Oct-17-10  sfm: <Gilmoy: 22.gxf6+ Qxg4 > As stated, that is undoubtedly a forced mate. I'd estimate that white max. can pull it out for 25 moves or so...

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