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Vilhelm Nielsen vs Fritz Englund
Nordic Congress 2nd (1899), Copenhagen DEN, rd 4, Aug-??
Danish Gambit: Accepted (C21)  ·  1-0

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Feb-21-08  rob68000: 47 f7 Kxe7
48 f8=Q Kxf8
49 Ne6+ wins as well.
Feb-21-08
Premium Chessgames Member
  Gilmoy: 20..Ne6 forks the Q and Ng5, so White must lose 3 points' worth. The drawback was that it gives White the choice -- and he calculates correctly that planting an untouchable N on e6 is considerable compensation. Black underestimates the threat to his trapped K -- better was 34..Qc6 defending against Rg8+ and f6. The threat of 38.Re7# forces Black to return the Q, and after 43.e6+ White's <2 connected passed pawns on the 6th beats a rook>. White's lone N has just enough life to either fork the R, deflect the K, or shepherd one of the pawns home.
Aug-08-13  Dr. J: 31 Rxg5+ is mate in 3
Aug-08-13  DoctorD: 31. Rxg5+ is NOT mate in 3.
Aug-09-13  Dr. J: 31 Rxg5+ Kf7 32 Rg7+ Ke8 33 Re7#. Or have I missed something here, too?
Aug-10-13  DoctorD: 32. Rg7+ Kxf6!
Aug-12-13  Dr. J: But the the Bishop's protected by, um, ...um, ...
Oct-29-16  Christoforus Polacco: Mortal combat ! :)
Mar-04-21
Premium Chessgames Member
  ChessCoachClark: Other chess databases show this game with a different ending-- 37. ... ♕h5 38. ♖e7#. Now the Vukovic Mate has been made with a White Pawn protector. Also, the game would have ended with the Black King on its original square!
Mar-04-21
Premium Chessgames Member
  fredthebear: Thank you <ChessCoachClark>!

After 37...Qh5 38.Re7#:


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Vukovic Mate

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