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Gerard Welling vs Brinkhorst
Simul (1980) (exhibition), Eindhoven NED
Sicilian Defense: Morphy Gambit. Andreaschek Gambit (B21)  ·  1-0



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Sep-09-05  Autoreparaturwerkbau: 7.Bxf7+!! ... wow
Jan-04-06  EmperorAtahualpa: 9...Ke7 10.Nd5+ Ke6 11.Qf5#

This could make a nice puzzle some day!

Mar-17-06  McCool: 5. ..Nc6 seems better for black.
Mar-17-06  Jim Bartle: Or simply 9...Ke7 10 Qf7#?
Jan-03-07  thedoyle: there is also a problem with EmperorAtahualpa's scenario.... 9...Ke7 10.Nd5+ Ke6 11.Qf5#

11. ... Kxe6 is possible its not mate.

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  Phony Benoni: <thedoyle? 11.Qf5 is mate. Were you thinking of 11.Qf7+ Kxe5?
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  fredthebear: Black opened with six straight pawn moves?!? The consequence came swiftly thereafter.
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  perfidious: <fredthebear: Black opened with six straight pawn moves?!?>

The third of which is well known to be weak, so long as White does not plump for the na´ve 4.Nxe5??? Qa5+ and wins.

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