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Carl Hartlaub vs H Rosenbaum
Freiburg (1892), Freiburg GER
Italian Game: General (C50)  ·  1-0

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Jun-18-04  soberknight: Wow, poor Rosenbaum gets wasted by the doctor!
Sep-02-04  Leviathan: NEVER push both g and f pawns in the opening or THIS happens!! :)
Nov-02-05  schnarre: Another Nh4 win for White. If the g-pawn was to move anywhere it should have been to g6.
Nov-02-05  prinsallan: <Leviathan>I agree, but I suppose all players have made this error once or twice in their lifetime.

<schnarre> Thanks for dragging me around all the black fast-losses. Theres a lesson here and Leviathan hits the head of the nail.

Nov-03-05  schnarre: <prinsallan> Somebody's gotta do the dirty work!
Nov-16-05  prinsallan: <schnarre> ^^
Nov-16-05  schnarre: Eh?!?!?
Nov-26-05  Chopin: Sweet mate!
Nov-27-05  schnarre: Indeed!
Dec-14-05  DeepBlade: I know a lot of players who play some kind of Stonewall Formation as Black did! Cant wait to beat them, with this new trap :D
Dec-14-05  madserg: I donīt think many players are going to play like this. Rosenbaum plays worse than my little sister!
Dec-16-05  schnarre: <madserg> Most players would indeed be aware of such a trick.

<DeepBlade> Try it out & see.

Mar-27-06  Necessary Truths: This game so humiliated Rosenbaum that he decided to change the family name (so no one would associate him with this defeat). Unfortunately, he decided to change it to Rosenberg and so the family had to change their names yet again a few generations later (to disassociate themselves from that whole H-bomb thing).
Apr-17-06  Rajiv Herman Kramer: Stupidy,Stupidy,Stupidy How can a chess player not see it coming
May-15-06  FiveMinutesToWapner: Is there something I'm missing? What kind of a 4th move is NKR4 (NH4)? Of course it worked, but in general, isn't it pretty dumb?
May-16-06  Sydro: <FiveMinutesToWapner> The threat is Qh5+. Which black did nothing to prevent.
Sep-28-09  WhiteRook48: what is up with 3... f6 and 4... g5?
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