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NN vs Martin Bier
Vienna (1905), Vienna AUH
Bird Opening: From Gambit. Lasker Variation (A02)  ·  0-1

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Jul-14-04  rochade18: Wonderful! 5.e4 seems to be the early patzer.
Aug-23-07
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  whiteshark: 6.Nd4 Qh4+ 7.Ke2 g3 8.Qe1 is best and keeps the fire burning. Also the piece sac 6.d4 gxf3 7.Qxf3 offers some vague compensation.
Jun-16-09
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  GrahamClayton: <whiteshark>6.♘d4 ♕h4+ 7.♔e2 g3 8.♕e1 is best and keeps the fire burning.

Whiteshark,
Can't Black play 8...♕h2 winning a Rook?

Mar-04-11
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  kevin86: A quick mate!
Mar-04-11
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  Gilmoy: <GrahamClayton: 8...Qh2 winning a Rook?> Not quite: 9.Rxh2 gxh2 10.Qh4 controls h1! Black's g-pawn was <pinned>, haha ...
Apr-02-11  outplayer: here 9.Be2 and black is winning but there's no immediate mate.
Jan-22-14  rickycota: <Gilmoy> after 10.Qh4 black has Bg3 what do you have?
Jan-22-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  FSR: Circa 1974 I repeated this in an offhand game against Norman Vorne. I knew of this game from Chernev's <1000 Best Short Games of Chess>.
Sep-26-14
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  Bubo bubo: Black's last move violates the opening principle <Develop knights before bishops>. I have to criticize that! ;-)
Nov-14-19
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  sea7kenp: <Bubo bubo> LOL! Sort of like criticizing Black for moving his Queen out too early after 1 f3 e5, 2 g4 Qh4#! :-)
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