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Juan Manuel Bellon Lopez vs Stuart Wagman
Cirella Diamonte (1976), ?
Four Knights Game: Scotch Variation. Belgrade Gambit Modern Defense (C47)  ·  1-0

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Dec-11-05  popski: Huh, strange game!? Is this position for resign?
Dec-11-05  Saruman: 14.-g6 is the only move that dosent lose immedietly: 14.-Kg8 15.Re8+ Bf8 16.Bc4+... 14.-Kf6 15.Bg5+! Kxg5 16.Qe2+ Kd5 17.Qc4+ Ke5 18.f4#.

So 14.-g6 15.Bc4+ Kg7 (Kf6 Qh4+) 16.Bh6+ Kf6 17.Qh4+ Kxe5 18.Re1#.

Dec-11-05  Saruman: After. 14.-g6 15.Bc4+ Be6 16.Bxe6+ wins.
Dec-12-05  Saruman: Wagman was probably afraid of 11.-fxe4 <12.Qh5+> Kd7 13.Qf5+ Ke8 14.Qxe5+ Kd7 15.Nc7 threatening both Nxa8 and Qe6#.
Jan-02-12  backrank: Wow, what a wild game ... so many things happening within so few moves.

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