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Herman Johannes den Hertog vs G Bollebakker
Leeuwarden (1904), Leeuwarden NED
Vienna Game: Vienna Gambit. Breyer Variation (C29)  ·  1-0

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Sep-10-18
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  fredthebear: 1-0? FTB does not see it immediately or at all.

If 33...QxBg4, then 34.Qd6+ and the White queen continues to be a checking nuisance but Black's pieces prevent mate.

So 33...Kxc5 and Black is preferred but the kings should stay off the light squares. (Not 33...bxc5 to undouble the pawns because 34.Bd7+ Kd6 arranges a discovered check that wins the Black queen by 35.Bh3+.)

It's easy to overlook something suddenly fatal with active long range pieces and an open center. Paul Keres was great in these types of positions.

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