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Larry Melvyn Evans vs Albert Sandrin
47th US Open (1946), Pittsburgh, PA USA, rd 1, Jul-08
Italian Game: Scotch Gambit. Anderssen Attack (C56)  ·  1-0

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Dec-26-13
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  wwall: After 26.Be3, instead of 26...gxh3, Black could have played the stronger 26...d2! 27.Qd1 (27.Bxd2 gxh3 and 28...hxg2 wins) 27...Qe5 28.g3 Qh5 wins.

After 29.Bxd2?, instead of 29...Bxg3, Black has 29...Nxd2!, threatening 30...Qf3+ and 31...Qg2 mate.

30...Rxd2 loses. Perhaps best is 30...e3 31.Bxe3 Qe4.

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