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Dominik Horvath vs Niclas Huschenbeth
European Championship (2021), Reykjavik ISL, rd 10, Sep-04
Queen's Gambit Declined: Vienna Variation (D39)  ·  0-1

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Sep-06-21  Mini Morphy: Huschi, schönes 62 Turm f2! Und Glückwunsch zur Teilnahme am World Cup 2023! Stark!
Sep-24-21  nummerzwei: <Mini Morphy>: The sacrifice is known endgame technique. Here's a list of games with it from TWIC just from the last few years:

Stamatovic - Tosic, Belgrade 2015
Prohaszka - Bosiocic, Civitanova Marche 2016
Pourramezanali - Navaratnam, Pattaya 2018
Nikolic - Hoffmeyer, Solingen 2019
Gareyev - Molina, Sao Paulo 2019
Stibuk - Sustov, Moscow 2021

Certainly, when Niclas Huschenbeth was trained by Karsten Müller, he also learned a great deal about these positions (rook endgames with e-f-g against f-h).

Speaking of which, White didn't do very well at all: for example, 38.Ra4 h5 39.h4 g4 40.Kg2 reaches the drawing formation from Larry Evans vs Pachman, 1952, as Huschenbeth points out in his analysis video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Oz...). Later on, White could still have drawn with accurate defense, but made it very easy for Black.

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