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Josef Noa vs Wilfried Paulsen
4th DSB Congress, Hamburg (1885), Hamburg GER, rd 5, Jul-15
Sicilian Defense: Kan. Knight Variation (B43)  ·  1-0



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Oct-21-13  redwhitechess: no comments on this game?

according to article from the link below, <Dr.Noa> give the continuation:

<( 18...Kc7 should be played to avoid this mate 19.exd6+ Qxd6 20.Nd5+ Kb8 21.Bf4)>

19.Rf7+ Kc6 20.Bb5+ axb5 21.Qf3+ d5 22.Nxd5 exd5
<( 22...Qg1+! 23.Rxg1 Nf2+ 24.Qxf2 Bxf2 25.Ne7+ Kc7 26.Rd1 Kb8 27.Nxc8 Nc7 28.Nd6 )>

23.Qc3+ Qc5 24.Nd4+ Kb6 25.Bd8+ 1-0

from The Evening Express Wales 1892

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  keypusher: <redwhitechess: no comments on this game?>

Almost without exception this is a dumb thing to say, but usually I at least understand why the poster is saying it, because the game in question is good.

Not this time. This is not a good game. Black plays horribly and gets crushed.

Now it has two comments and many better games have none.

Oct-21-13  RookFile: The first move that was really bad was 9.....h5, with ...Nc6 being a far more flexible alternative.
Oct-21-13  RookFile: By the way, the link above says that black resigned after 18. fxe6.
Oct-21-13  redwhitechess: apparantely this sicilian variation was kind of mr.wilfried's line. the other game two years ago : A Fritz vs W Paulsen, 1883

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