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Rudolf L'Hermet vs Hagemann
Magdeburg (1888), Magdeburg GER
Center Game: Paulsen Attack Variation (C22)  ·  1-0

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Jan-06-05  Knight13: I believe or 9... h6 is better. h6 stops the bishop from coming to g5. This is the castle weakness that I hate and I see people get mated like this often.
Nov-11-05  child of my tears: 8...Ng6? was highly questionable too imo, allowing 9.h5 with tempo.

<knight13> 9...h6 would be a disaster, allowing 10.hxg6 and a future ...gxf7 and/or Bxh6 for good measure.

I hate castling to a side where I have poor minor piece activity as Hageman did here. So often it leads to the ol' "Sac! Sac! Mate!"

Aug-22-07  PAWNTOEFOUR: all i can do.............just smmfh!
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  tpstar: White to Play and Win after 12 ... Nxg6.

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