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Gyorgy Negyesy vs Karoly Honfi
Budapest (1955)
Gruenfeld Defense: Brinckmann Attack. Grünfeld Gambit Accepted (D84)  ·  0-1



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Aug-10-05  prinsallan: A case of mutual blindness, based on the overburdening of the Nc3. It has to guard against Rd1+ and Qxa2+. But 19...Rd1+ 20.Nxd1 Qxa2+ 21.Kc1 and Black has nothing. Therefore: 19...Qxa2+ The other way round! White resigned in view of 20.Nxa2 Rd1 mate. Both overlooked the fact that the deflected knight has a new defense: 21.Nc1!
Sep-10-05  Greginctw: well if there was a knight on g1 instead of a bishop on f1 he could continue rook takes knight followed by a knight fork, but other than that this is truly one of the worst chess errors in the history of the game.
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  An Englishman: Good Evening: Like the von Hennig-Schara in the Tarrasch, the Winawar Gambit in the Slav, and the Falkbeer, the Grunfeld Gambit is an opening that I really, really wish was sound, but seems to fall short. This, the only game in the database with 10...Bh5!?, is marred by some dismal White play (not just 20.Resigns), but it seems to deserve a closer look.
Apr-22-07  Seraphina: I guess after Nc1, the best tack for Black would be RxN+, followed by a fork on d3 and then try to plug away with the exchange down???
Apr-22-07  rover: <Seraphina> There's Bxd3
Apr-24-07  Seraphina: <rover> Absolutely right. I missed that little detail.... Thanks
Mar-15-09  D4n: Why didn't white play Nxa1? Black could in turn play rd1+, but white can block it with the nx1. It could still be a solid game for white...Black could play Nd3, with a nice fork, but giving up a rook by playing Bxd3, with just enough material to still win...
Jul-03-10  binno: I studied the situation for long. I could not understand why black had won. Then I read the first post.
Mar-24-13  vkwow: Qxa2 Nxa2 Rd1+
Nc1- white wins
May-25-17  Woodrow887: cool game

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