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Max Lange vs Jenny von Schierstedt
Unknown (1855), Woermlitz GER, Mar-01
Scotch Game: Relfsson Gambit (C44)  ·  1-0



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Jan-24-08  DarthStapler: Brilliant!
Aug-31-09  amtr: White would have won with Ra1#
Feb-05-10  coldfusion700: 33. Ra1+ wouldn't be mate, because of Kb4. 33. Bc3 is needed to create the mating net.
Aug-07-10  Elsinore: 6. Black should have just castled. D5 is as confusing a move that can be made; it only opens his Queen up to attack early in the game.
Aug-10-16  MUNGOMYERS: What a great finish :-)

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