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Gerard Welling vs Pardoen
Biel MTO op (1981), Biel SUI, Jul-??
Caro-Kann Defense: Von Hennig Gambit (B15)  ·  1-0

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Jun-23-06  filipecea: Interesting how Mr.Pardoen avoided the Blackmar-Diemer Gambit, but Welling somehow managed to complicate the position at will w/ 4.Bc4 5.f3 and 8.Qe1

It must be very funny to play with this guy..

Aug-10-06
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  gawain: I enjoyed that one! As I am a Caro-Kann player, Welling's attack gives me the shivers. I had better figure out how NOT to get smashed by this gambit.
Aug-10-06
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  gawain: The original of the Von Hennig gambit played by Welling appears to be H Von Hennig vs Carls, 1920 which is in the record as a win for Von Hennig.

Is that game won for White? It looks like a dead draw. Did Black lose on time?

Aug-10-07  Judah: As far as I can see, White's 13th move is wasted. I assume he only saw the attack later.
Aug-10-07
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  whiteshark: <6... Bf5> is the best move.
Aug-15-08  Gejewe: <Whiteshark> I agree, 6..Bf5 is what ultimately made me give up this line, because 7.Ne5 e6 8.0-0 and now the complications after 8..Bxc2 9.Nxf7!? are funny (but maybe not correct in this age of computeranalysis) but 8..Bg6! is rocksolid and I was not able to come up with a constructive idea against it.
Jun-19-10  DoneMac: (In response to Judah) I think 13. Rf4!? (13. dxc looks about equal) sets up 14. Nxf7 since a pawn is on d4 and not a Queen with check; secondly it looks like Black's real mistake was the retreat 16...Kg8?!, 16... e5!? forcing the Rook to retreat would perhaps give Black some time to work out a defense - but, White's attack still looks very strong
Jun-09-13  MOLLOYCHESS: (In response to Gejewe)
If 8,...Bxc2; 9, Qxc2, Qxd4+; 10, Kh1, Qxe5; 11, Bf4, Qc5; 12, Qb3 threatening b7 and stuff on e6 is tricky. 8,...Bg6; is tougher, you are right. I have been trying 7, Ng5, Bg6; 8, Bxe6, which is playable

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