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D Mueller vs Werra
Lausitz Championship (1941), Cottbus GER
Scotch Game: Scotch Gambit. Kingside Variation (C45)  ·  1-0

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Nov-24-08  nthan: I don't think that Verra knows this game...how a person could be lost this easily...
Jan-30-09  A.G. Argent: < I don' think Verra knows this game...> Well, it was a tournamnent in Cottbus, Germany, (first place split by Bogoljubov and Vidmar Jr.), so you'd have to think that he had SOME chops to even be playing in it. He just shouldn't have played 8...Bb4+ 9. c3 dxc3. That was a bit ill-advised, to say the least. We see the result of that! Gloomy doom. A simple 8...h6 would have given his King an escape hatch and chased mystery guest number two, D. Mueller's Knight away. 9.Nf3 d6 and Black's at least in the mix.
Nov-29-11  Bengambit: Oh,I almost had it completely wrong,after 10. Qc4 d5 11.exc5 Kf8 12.Qf7++ , wow I'm going to put that in my arsenal of surprise moves.........
Jun-20-21  Alan McGowan: This game was played in Cottbus, but not in the tournament of 19-26 April 1942, which saw Vidmar and Bogoljubow share 1st and 2nd places.

It was played in the Lausitzer Meisterschaft (championship), likely near the end of 1941. The results were reported on p11-12 of the 1942 Deutsche Schachblaetter.

In first place was Dr Loewe (Cottbus) with 5 points, in front of Klaus Mueller (Afrikak?mpfer, auf Genesungsurlaub in Spremberg) and Buchholtz (Cottbus), each with 3?. Klaus Mueller was on leave from the war.

There was another Mueller in the tournament, described as from 'Koenigswusterh.'. It was he that played the game against Werra (not Verra).

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