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W John Lutes vs R Hartenstein
Indianapolis (1962), Indianapolis, IN USA
Danish Gambit: Accepted (C21)  ·  1-0

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Nov-26-05  DeepBlade: I love this game! Lures out the g7 pawn, and bam, discovered check, with serious mate potential.
Jan-18-12
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  TheTamale: 5)... f5 is lamer than lame! No wonder this is Hartenstein's only game in the DB. I wonder what event produced this game?
Nov-16-15
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  fredthebear: No matter how Black blocks the check, his knight is lost.
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