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Gosta Stoltz vs Rudolf Spielmann
Match (1932), Stockholm SWE
King's Gambit: Declined. Classical Variation Rubinstein Countergambit (C30)  ·  1-0

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Oct-18-04  azaris: Black could have drawn with the ingenious 8...♕h4+ 9. g3 ♕h3! and if 10. ♘f7 ♗g4 and the queen has no good escape squares 11. ♕a4+ ♗d7 12. ♕d1 ♗g4 draw by perpetual:

11. ♕c2? d3!
11. ♕b3 ♕g2 12. ♘xh8 ♕xh1+

Oct-18-04  sneaky pete: <azaris> No draw after 8... Qh4+ 9.g3 Qh3 10.cxd4 .. as in E Jacobson vs Olland, 1920. Both players must have known that game.

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