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Johannes Zukertort vs H Munk
Berlin (1870), Berlin GER
Danish Gambit: Accepted. Copenhagen Defense (C21)  ·  1-0

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Apr-20-03
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  Sneaky: 16.g4! was a creative idea which ended matters in a hurry.
Feb-04-10  OBIT: This game is over after 9. Nd5, but Zukertort certainly wasted no time putting his opponent away after that. The heck with trading down to a won endgame, just go for mate.
Feb-04-10  crwynn: The game isn't over at all after 9.Nd5 0-0, white can double Black's f-pawns but there is no immediate attack and 2 pawns are worth something. Now after 9...Nxd5?? then the game is over.
Feb-04-10  AnalyzeThis: 8... 0-0 was better.
Dec-28-10  WhiteRook48: after 9...Nxd5, black has no chances at all
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