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Josef Emil Krejcik vs Milan Vidmar
Vienna (1906), Vienna AUH, Feb-??
Vienna Game: Vienna Gambit. Main Line (C29)  ·  1-0

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Mar-10-04  ughaibu: Krejcik turns out to be quite a fun player and it seems he even has an immortal game, which I'll upload tomorrow.
Mar-14-04  aragorn69: The point is 21.-Kh8 22.e7 Re8 23.Df7 Bh5 (and not Qxf5?? g6, but) 24.Qf8+ and mate.
Sep-24-07  xeroxmachine: Krejcik turns me on.
Nov-08-13  Karpova: Annotations by Krejcik:

5....Bb4 <Vidmar spielte sonst öfters Le7, daher zog ich in dieser Erwartung fast gleichzeitig mit Schwarz.> (Vidmar often played Be7, so expecting that I moved almost at the same time as Black.)

6.d4 <?>

16...f5 <Schwarz stellt dem Weißen eine Falle, indem er auf Damenfang spielt. Er erlebt aber eine schreckliche Täuschung.> (Black sets a snare for White, playing for the capture of the queen. He gets a horrible surprise.)

19...Qxd3 <Nun folgt die Pointe der weißen Kombination!> (Now follows the point of the White combination!)

20.Qxd5 <!!>

21.Ng1 <Gegen die furchtbare Abzugsdrohung gibt es nur eine Parade Lh5, 22. e7+ Lf7, 23. exf8D+ Kxf8, 24. Dxc5+ Ke8, 25. Dxa7 mit verlorenem Spiel für Schwarz.> (Against the terrible discovered attack there is only one parry 21...Bh5 22.e7+ Bf7 23.exf8Q+ Kxf8 24.Qxc5+ Ke8 25.Qxa7 and Black is lost.)

From pages 309-310 of the November 1924 'Neue Wiener Schachzeitung'

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