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Anatolyi Zajarnyi vs Victor Geru
ULIM Cup (2001), Kishnev MDA, rd 1, Oct-07
King's Gambit: Accepted. Double Muzio Gambit (C37)  ·  1-0



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  InspiredByMorphy: The double Muzio! What a great game!
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  technical draw: Man, I thought this game was played in the late 1800's. But it's a 21st century Kings Gambit. Really amazing.
Jul-12-05  EmperorAtahualpa: 25...♗e6 26. ♖xe6+ ♕xe6 27. ♕xa8+ ♔d7 28. ♕h8
Jul-12-05  fgh: It's amazing that a game like this one has been played just 4 years ago.
Sep-01-08  gazzawhite: <EmperorAtahualpa> What about 25...Be6 26. Qe7# ?
Oct-11-13  kontoleon: The Double muzio gambit is one of the most agressive! (maybe the most)
Oct-11-13  kontoleon: 1rst mistake is 11. Ke8 The correct one is Bg7
Leads to 12.Qh5+ Qg6 13.Qe5+ Be7 14.Qxh8 Nc6 15.Qc3 Bf6 16.Qb3 Nd4 17.Re1+ Ne7, which loses a rook

Leads to 18.Nxc7 Nd4 19.Qe4 Rb8 20.Bxd6 Nef5 21.Be5 Qg8 22.Bxh8 Qxh8, which wins a bishop for a rook and two pawns. Better is Ne5, leading to 18.Qd1 Kc6 19.cxd6 Ng6 20.Nxc7 Nxf4 21.Rxf4 Qg5, which wins a bishop for a knight and two pawns.

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