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Harry Gans vs Theodoor de Jong
Winterswijk (1936), Winterswijk NED
Vienna Game: Stanley. Frankenstein-Dracula Variation (C27)  ·  1-0



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Jan-02-05  aw1988: This is the first game in the database with the dreaded "Frankenstein-Dracula" opening.
Jan-02-05  sneaky pete: 22... Nxc4? is the decisive mistake. 22... Qf2+ 23.Kd3 Re8! would have given black good counterchances. .. e2 is threatened and 23.Qc3/Qb4 .. can be answered with 23... Ne4! Analyses by J.Mieses.

Black in this game is not Tom but Theo de Jong. White is Harry Gans.

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  sea7kenp: I had a lot of questions about this Game. Fortunately, I had enough "Fuel Points" to get Stockfish's Input.

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