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Carl Theodor Goering vs Adolf Anderssen
NSB-03.Kongress (1872), Altona GER, rd 4, Jul-26
Scotch Game: Göring Gambit. Double Pawn Sacrifice (C44)  ·  0-1

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Mar-12-15  zanzibar: Given that it's *his* opening, Goering could have played with a little more precision in the opening.

11.Qb3 is best

Also, after 11...d6 Black opens a clear line to his king, also begging 12.Qh5+ to be played. Which would have been to White's advantage.

By the time Black gets to secure f7 with 14...Nh6 White doesn't have too much to show, and in fact overplays with 16.e5, finally committing suicide with 28.Bxd6 which allows Black a nice tactic:


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(Although several other moves work too)

Black plays with some courage at this point. However, he misses a beautiful, but hard to find move on 34:


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