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Haas vs Heinrich Wolf
Vienna (1912), Vienna AUH, Apr-??
Spanish Game: Open Variations (C80)  ·  0-1

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Feb-21-14  Karpova: White is <Dr. Haas>.

The annotations (condensed):

9...Bb7 <Prokes had a bad experience with ...Be6 against W Cohn in the Berlin-Prague match. Emanuel Lasker suggested ...c6 and ...Bb7 in the 'Pester Lloyd'. So this game is also theoretically interesting.> W Cohn vs Prokes, 1912

11.Qg4 <? It's easy to see that this seemingly subtle move is a mistake.>

11...Bxe3 <!>

12.Qxg7 <White shouldn't have gone for that, as the continuation by Wolf demonstrates.>

12...Qg5 <!! Thereby, Wolf takes another step to immortality.>

15.Kh1 <To escape the else threatening "Friedrichsmatt" in 6 moves.>

Source: Page 344 of the November-December 1912 'Wiener Schachzeitung'

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