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Hugo Spangenberg vs Vladislav Ivanovich Tkachiev
Villa Martelli (1997), Villa martelli
Four Knights Game: Spanish. Rubinstein Variation (C48)  ·  0-1

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Jan-01-05  ConLaMismaMano: This game has been named "The Vicente Lopez Inmortal".
Jan-01-05  iron maiden: The 1800's have officially ended.
Aug-13-12  charles7172: i dont see why white surrendered? can anyone explain this to me?
Aug-22-13  thunderbreizh: not sure if you're still looking at these posts charles, but white will be down a rook and a knight (for 2pawns) after 13. Qd3 Nxa1 (that's resignable)
Mar-27-15  centralfiles: What about 10.Kd1

Black to play 10...?

Mar-27-15  Shams: <central files> 10.Kd1 Bg4+
Mar-27-15  centralfiles: <Shams> That's what I had in mind, would make nice puzzle imo.
Mar-27-15  Shams: <centralfiles> Thought you were asking for solution. I agree, good early week puzzle.
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