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NN vs Philip Stamma
Composition (1737) (probably analysis), ?
Italian Game: Giuoco Pianissimo (C50)  ·  0-1

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Feb-01-11
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  Penguincw: < ...17.Re8 <White must lose the game.>>.That makes no sense to me.
Feb-02-11  Ychromosome: I think you are right Penguincw. My Fritz has white winning!
Feb-02-11
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  Penguincw: <Ychromosome> Ya. Black's ♖ is hanging.
Feb-02-11  drknightley: Of course white must lose in the game notes. It is black himself who wrote the back notes. lol. Would he write it any other way?
Feb-02-11
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  Penguincw: Here's one variation I thought up quickly so it may not be the best .It goes 18.♕xh2 d3 19. f3 ♖xe2+ 20.♕xe2 dxe2 21. ♔xe2


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It looks pretty drawish to me.Maybe a slight advantage for black.♔♖♖♗♘♙♙♙ vs. ♔♕♗♗♙♙♙♙♙.

Feb-20-11  nummerzwei: <Penguincw: Here's one variation I thought up quickly so it may not be the best .It goes 18.Qxh2 d3 19. f3 Rxe2+ 20.Qxe2 dxe2 21. Kxe2>

I think that 19.Qh8+ Ke7/f7 20.Qxe8+ Kxe8 21.Bd1 leaves Black helpless.

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