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Samuel D Factor vs John B Harvey
Atlantic City (1921), Atlantic City, NJ USA, rd 8, Jul-16
Italian Game: Scotch Gambit (C55)  ·  1-0

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Jun-30-08
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  JonathanJ: Rxe6!! would be a nice tuesday or wednesday puzzle!
Sep-22-09  Sem: Wow, nice combination.
Jun-27-13  RookFile: The principled move is 5...Nxe4. Black should grab it, than be prepared to return the material.
Jun-27-13
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  keypusher: <JonathanJ: Rxe6!! would be a nice tuesday or wednesday puzzle!>

Isn't 13.Bb5+ just as good, though?

Jun-27-13
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  whiteshark: <keypusher> Both moves are winning, but 13.Rxe6 is a forced #.
Jun-27-13
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  keypusher: <whiteshark> Actually I didn't even think about 13.Bb5+ Ke7. Never mind...
Oct-03-17
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  FSR: The move 14.Bb5+ was always deadly to Harvey. See also S Mlotkowski vs J B Harvey, 1921.

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September / October, p. 161 [Game 129 / 3944]
from American Chess Bulletin 1921 by Phony Benoni
Round 8 -- 16 Jul 1921
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