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F Fluck vs O Bosse
FRG-Cup2 corr (1953) (correspondence), Germany
Blackmar-Diemer Gambit: Ryder Gambit (D00)  ·  1-0

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Oct-17-13  lentil: 28 hg! seems to solve W's problems: ...Rxe4 29 gh+ Kh8 30 Bxg7+ Kxg7 31 h8=Q+ Kf7 32 Bh5+ Ke7 33 Qh7 forks off the rook.
Jul-01-15
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  fredthebear: Agreed lentil. Two nice sacrifices for promotion gets the material back and then some.

I wonder if Black lost on time. It seems he can at least draw a rook ending after 49...Ne5 threatening to exchange minor pieces and/or win a pawn. The White rook is not very mobile and Black has the extra pawn.

Sep-03-18
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  fredthebear: One should not lose a correspondence game on time:( Black is certainly equal here w/an extra pawn despite less space and B vs N. Perhaps slogging out an endgame by mail was not to Bosse's taste, or they played on and the game score is incomplete. (This is Bosse's only game in the database.)
Jan-09-19  GumboGambit: Fluck, Bosse: People

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