Anderssen, Adolf - Mayet, Carl
[...] 1.e4 e5 2.f4 exf4 3.♗c4 f5 This is one of those ancient tries for black. John Shaw's new book recommends Nc6 and Simon Williams for chessbase agrees. 4.♘c3 ♕h4 5.♔f1 ♘f6 6.♘f3 ♕h5 7.d3 fxe4 8.dxe4 ♕c5 9.♕e2 g5 10.e5 ♘g4 11.♘e4 ♘e3 12.♗xe3 ♕xe3 13.♘f6 ♔d8 14.♘xg5 ♕xe2 15.♔xe2 ♗g7 White's got a killer development advantage. Both knights close to the enemy king. The light squared bishop trained at the wide open kingside, and white's back rank clear for the rooks to get into the game together. 16.♘f7 ♔e7 17.♘xh8 ♗xh8 18.♖hf1 ♘c6 19.♘d5 ♔d8 20.♖xf4 ♗g7 21.♖af1 d6 22.♖f8 ♗xf8 23.♖xf8 ♔d7 24.♘f6 ♔e7 25.♖e8# A nice checkmate with rook, knight, and bishop.
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