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Manuel Bosboom vs Erik Teichmann
"Does M Bosboom Look Big In This?" (game of the day Jan-22-2022)
Regency Masters (1984), Ramsgate ENG, rd 6, Dec-13
King's Gambit: Accepted. Kieseritsky Gambit Cotter Gambit (C39)  ·  1-0



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May-23-04  nutsaboutchess: a superb game by BOSBOOM ( KABOOM :P) ....he really does play the kings gambit to near perfection.
Aug-27-04  RubyDragon: You have to love the way that people who don't know how to play against the Allgaier are completely blown away... :P
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  Chessical: Teichmann is no push over, but he cannot handle all the threats from his inventive and courageous opponent. Bosboom's play here is very attractive, the White pieces dance:

If <23...Bg7> 24.e6 Bxb2?! 25.Rf7 Bxa1 26.Rxe7 Kxe7 27.Bc5+ Kf6 28.Qf5+ Kg7 29.Bf7 Qh7 30.Qxg4+ Kf6 31.Bg6;

or <26...Bd6+> 27.Kh4 Bxf7 28.exf7 Qf8 29.Bd4;

are both winning lines for White.

Dec-19-07  bystander: A modern game with the Allgaier Gambit. Crazy stuff. Lots of tactics involved. Sacrifice a knight for an advantage in development, but black has many complications to solve. My engine prefers black untill 12...Nc6 and it advises 12..Kg7 13. Bc4, Be7 or 12..Qe6 13.Bf4, Bg7 instead. I guess the aim of these recommendations is to avoid BC4+ with a win of a tempo for white?
Dec-25-07  bystander: What will happen if white tries to grab some pawns starting with the 7th move? 7. Qg4x d5 8. Qf4x+ Qf6 9. Qc7x+ Nd7
10. Bc4 (according to my engine, the best possibility for white. Rf1 is possible) Bd6! 11. Bd5x+ Kg6 12. Qc3. (The queen had to move and this way it prevents Bg3+) An interesting position has occured. My engines' verdict: small advantage for black.
Dec-26-07  sneaky pete: <bystander> After 7.Qxg4 Nf6 is correct as in Stuttgart vs Nijmegen, 1855 and E Thorold vs G MacDonnell, 1870. Black has a material advantage AND a lead in development.
Aug-14-13  EvanTheTerrible: Basboom goes the dynamite.
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  OrangeTulip: I don�t understand the pun�
Jan-22-22  Cheapo by the Dozen: Hilarious game.

Well worth the highly questionable pun.

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  perfidious: This game resembles a 19th century version of master vs NN, with Black ineffectually shuffling his king and queen about and no clear plan in mind.
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  FSR: The pun is strange, but the game is fun. Total crush.
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  Teyss: <OrangeTulip> "Does my bosom look big in this?" Smaakvol, tactvol, subtiel.

<perfidious> Well put.

Jan-22-22  Ironmanth: Smash and grab King's Gambit! Thanks, chessgames. Y'all have a safe and great weekend out there, and enjoy Tata Steel today!
Jan-22-22  Saniyat24: That pun is R-rated, as for the game it is fu**ing fabulous...!

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