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Josef Emil Krejcik vs Sandor Takacs
Vienna rapid (1920) (rapid), Vienna AUT
Zukertort Opening: Tennison Gambit (A06)  ·  1-0

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Feb-16-04  popski: Excellent trap!
Mar-14-04  aragorn69: The Krejcik queen trap !!!
Jun-12-04  apprenticetocaissa: What about Qg4?
Jun-12-04  williscreek: Qg4 loses the P on b7, and either the R on a8 or the B on f3, and then the game on the board after the exchange of Qs.
Jun-13-04  apprenticetocaissa: I knew that <willis>, thanks, but i was just pointing out it wasn't really a queen trap.
Nov-27-05  Chopin: The black queen fell for the bait- the g2 pawn.
Dec-01-05  DeepBlade: Indeed this kinda looks like an Queen trap, but Qg4, exchanges Queens, if executed good Black gets Bishop-development, but Queenless play sucks.
Feb-06-06  Gantastic: 6. Qg4 7. Qxg4 Bxg4 8.f3 Bd7 9.Bf4 and white has gotten well more than a pawn's worth of compensation
Jun-14-06  Manic: Actually 6. Qg4 7.Qxg4 Bxg4 8.Bxb7 and the white wins at least the exchange
Mar-25-09  jameses: if 8. Bxb7 h6 9. Ne4 Bf3
Takacs should go on
Jun-20-09  Manic: <jameses> Why 9.Ne4 ?

White can play 9.Rg1 and if black takes the knight white takes the bishop still winning the rook. If black plays say 9...Bf5 then white can save the knight and then take the rook.

White could even just take the rook with 9.Bxa8 or first 9.Nxf7 there is no reason for white to play 9.Ne4.

For those interested S Takacs vs J Krejcik, 1920 is a similar game by the same players with reversed colours.

Jun-20-09  WhiteRook48: this is so funny
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