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Stefan Buecker vs Hendrik Seegers
BL2-West (1986/87), FRG
King's Gambit: Accepted. Cunningham Defense (C35)  ·  1-0

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Feb-09-07
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  al wazir: I think 36...Qd1+ draws. If 37. Bb3 then 37...Rxa2+ 38. Kb4 Rb2. If 37. Ka3, then 37...Qc1+ repeats the position.
Feb-16-07  Cyphelium: <al wazir> After 36.- ♕d1+ 37. ♔a5, I see no more checks for black, while white has the double threat of 38. ♕d8 mate and 38. ♕b5+ ♔c8 39. ♗e6 mate. The mate threat can be parried by 37.- ♖xa2+ 38. ♗xa2 ♕a1, but 39. ♕d8+ ♔b7 40. ♕d5+ and then ♗b4 is still completely winning for white.
Jun-15-09  alexrawlings: Wow, what a game!
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  fredthebear: <alexrawlings: Wow, what a game!>

Two FIDE masters from Germany let it all hang out!

14.hxBg4 QxRh1 was an odd exchange sacrifice that turned out O.K. since Black's kingside advance was delayed, but most of us would settle for practical development with 14.Bd3. I did not like White's chances at that point.

Other exchanges were questionable. It turns out to be a game of where/what best to do with each queen. The White queen manages to get the better of it with her light square strategy (having control of the center with pawns on dark squares), but Black had chances.

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