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Adolf Anderssen vs Richard Hein
Barmen (1869), Barmen GER
Italian Game: Evans Gambit. Hein Countergambit (C51)  ·  1-0



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Oct-08-05  AlexanderMorphy: Good game by Anderssen! The Evans Gambit was VERY popular in the 19th century!
Jun-29-06  polydiatonic: why didn't black play 12...Qxd7?
Why bring the king out like that?
Jul-28-06  Tariqov: <poly>if 12Qxe7? then Re1 will be devastating
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  whiteshark: This is <Richard> Hein. See player: R Hein. For Barmen 1869:
Aug-17-20  schnarre: ...<polydiatonic> If 12...Qxd7 then 13. Nxd7+ Kg8 14. Rxe8+ Bf8 15. Rxf8#

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