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Samuel Lipschutz vs George Henry Mackenzie
"Liposuction" (game of the day Jul-14-2014)
New York (1886), rd 10
Vienna Game: Vienna Gambit. Steinitz Gambit Paulsen Defense (C25)  ·  1-0



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Mar-29-04  Whitehat1963: What's the best continuation for black?
Jul-23-04  crafty: 36. ... ♖e1+ 37. ♔f2 ♖xd7 38. ♕f8+ ♖d8 39. ♕f5+   (eval 11.14; depth 15 ply; 750M nodes)
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  suenteus po 147: <crafty> When I see "best continuations" like THAT, it suddenly becomes easy for me to see why some masters resign.
Dec-09-04  Knight13: Black's gotta very dangerous Queen Side. Well played, Lipschutz!
Apr-15-09  WhiteRook48: this proves that Black's check on h4 is bad
Jul-14-14  rickycota: For black 9 Qg4+ I think is a more aggressive move forcing Ke3 and after Qxg2 I think black is not so bad. Anyone with a chess software could correct me if I'm wrong
Jul-14-14  Tim Delaney: Black can try 35. ... Rf4 but
36. Rxf4 Rxf4
37. Re3 Rf8
38. Re7 Rd8
39. c4 (All forced) is hopeless.
Jul-14-14  Moszkowski012273: 11...Qg4+ was a better way to go.
Jul-14-14  morfishine: There's something irresistible about White's move-order, from beginning to end

Now lets try to figure out how "suction-assisted fat removal" relates to chess


Jul-14-14  MuzioFan: <rickycota>: After 10..Qxg2 I completely missed that black was threatening 11..Ng4+ 12.Kd3 Nf2+ forking the queen! Without engine support I can only guess that white will be fine in this position, for example 11.Rg1 Qh3+ might work?
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  kevin86: mate will come soonest.
Jul-14-14  RookFile: I don't think 7....Bxf3 was that terrific, it gets the king out of the way and then white's bishop comes right out to b5. 7.....Nf6 looks better.

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