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NN vs M Klark
Unknown (1873), Barnaul
Latvian Gambit: Accepted (C40)  ·  0-1

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Aug-11-05  Autoreparaturwerkbau: Ummm, i didn't see that one coming ...
Aug-11-05  DanRoss53: Not a very impressive game. We all expect NN to miss killers like 10. ♗xd5! ♘xe5 11. ♗xg8, but Black could have put the game away two moves before 15... ♕xh3?! with 13... ♖xg2+!! 14. ♔xg2 ♗h3+ 15. ♔h1 ♕g4 16. ♕xe4+ dxe4 17. ♗f7+ ♔xf7 18. ♖g1 ♕f3+ 19. ♖g2 ♕xg2#. Even the show stopper could have been improved upon with 15... ♕xg2+!! 16. ♔xg2 ♗h5+ 17. ♔h1 ♗f3#
Mar-06-07  who: If Fritz is right then as late as 15.Nxd5 white could have held equality.
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