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Zdravko Vukovic vs Francois Emmel
Hamburg (1979)
Vienna Game: Stanley Variation. Meitner-Mieses Gambit (C23)  ·  1-0

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Oct-19-06  Autoreparaturwerkbau: I am just not too sure here .... which continuation wins for white?
Oct-20-06  Cyphelium: <Autoreparaturwerkbau> After the only move 7. - ♕d4 I think white will just win a lot of material after 8. ♕xg7, for example 8.- d6 9. ♗e2 where a rook falls somewhere, or 8.- ♘xc4 9. ♕xh8 and I don't see black crashing through anywhere.

More interesting is perhaps if black would have played 6.- ♔f8, as once happened in a tournament game of mine. Then after 7.♘h3 ♕d4 8. d3 white threatens to win the queen with 9. c3. Seemingly, black then has a defence in 8.- d6 9. ♕f3 ♗xh3, which gives the black queen an escape square on f2. After these moves, my opponent's body language suggested that he thought that I had overlooked the whole sequence, but I have to say that he looked rather stunned after 10. ♖f1!. =)

Of course, black should play 4.- g6 or even 4.- ♔f8, instead of 4.- ♕f6?.

Mar-06-21
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  perfidious: Have to admit, Black's TN in place of the far more common 6....Kf8 would never have occurred to me; though White scores heavily in any case.
Mar-07-21
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  fredthebear: If 7...d6, then 8.Qxg7 and White is winning.

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