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P Harms vs Friedrich Surmann
Lueneburg (1947), Lueneburg GER, rd 6, Apr-??
Spanish Game: Marshall Attack. Original Marshall Attack (C89)  ·  0-1

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Jun-12-05  bomb the bishop: What should black play after 17.♕xf2?
(maybe 17...Bh2+)??
Jun-13-05  aw1988: How about 17...Bg3?
Jun-19-05
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  TheAlchemist: Black got succesfully out of Harms way.
Jun-19-05  farrooj: lol Harms way
good one
Jun-10-07  KKW: <bomb the bishop>
If 17.Qxf2 then 17...Bg3 18.Qe3(or 18.Qf1) Bxe2 19.Qxe2 Rae8 and 20.Re1 wins at least the White queen.
Jun-10-07  KKW: 21.Qxg3 Qxb2+ 22.Kd3 Qxa1 23.Kc2 looks more convincing for white, where he has the Black queen trapped and can freely pick away at Black's kingside with moves like Qxc7 or concentrate on capturing Black's imprisoned queen.
Apr-30-10  Ulhumbrus: <KKW: 21.Qxg3 Qxb2+ 22.Kd3 Qxa1 23.Kc2 looks more convincing for white, where he has the Black queen trapped and can freely pick away at Black's kingside with moves like Qxc7 or concentrate on capturing Black's imprisoned queen.> Then Black may try to disturb White's concentration by advancing his Queen side pawns eg 23...a5 (threatening 24...a4) 24 Qxc7 a4 25 Bxf7+ Kh8 26 Rf1 a3! threatening 27...Qb2+ or 23...a5 24 Qxc7 a4 25 Bxf7+ Kh8 26 a3 b4! 27 cxb4 ( On 27 axb4 a3 threatens again 27...Qb2+) 27...Qxd4

On 32 ...b2 suppose that instead of 33 Qxf7+ White tries 33 Nd6. Then one variation is 33...Qxa6 34 Bxf7+ Kh8 35 Bxe8 h6 36 Qf8+ Kh7 37 Bg6+! Kxg6 38 Qf5 mate.

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