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Bozidar Kazic vs Djordje Poljakov
YUG-ch (1945), Novi Sad YUG, rd 15, Oct-01
Vienna Game: Vienna Gambit. Paulsen Attack (C29)  ·  0-1

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Jul-21-18
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  sachistu: ECO (1981 edition) gives 13.0-0 saying White stands slightly better citing Sozin.

However, another line is 12.Rf1 0-0 13.Rf4 f6 and now Hromadka-Spielmann, Tren.Teplice, 1928, is often cited where White played 14.Rxe4 Bf5 15.Rc4 fxe5 16.Rxc6 Bd6. Joseph Platz gives this in his notes to Spielmann-Platz, 1926. It is also given in ECO (1981 edition) C29/2 note 10 where the line is attributed to Steinitz. In Keres book (Dreispringerspiel bis Konigs-gambit), it is attributed to Kmoch.

All these sources claim a large advantage to Black. However, much stronger seems 16...Bh3! This seems to win at least a piece.

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