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Albert Edward Wallace vs Francis J Wallis
New South Wales Championship (1901), Sydney AUS, rd 3, Jul-15
Vienna Game: Vienna Gambit. Bardeleben Variation (C29)  ·  0-1

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Jun-28-21  optimal play: 9.d3

Compare 9.Nxd5

Blackburne vs J Mason, 1892

11.Bf4

Compare 11.Ne2

J H Blake vs H Atkins, 1910

Or perhaps 11.Qf4

J H Blake vs H Atkins, 1910 (kibitz #1)

21.Nf6+?

I can?t figure out white?s plan in sacrificing his knight. I guess he wanted to open up the g-file and expose the black king but instead it was his own king which came under attack. The end result left him unsuccessfully trying to defend with a piece down.

After three rounds of the 1901 New South Wales Chess Championship, the former Australian Champion was still scoreless, although he rallied late to eventually finish equal 2nd out of ten.

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