Special Guest FM James Eade

November 28, 2020

[Event “Correspondence game 1986 US vs. East Germany”]
[Date “1986”]
[White “Heinz Engl”]
[Black “James Eade”]
[Result “0-1”]

Correspondence game 1986 US vs. East Germany match. Engl was White.

1.e4 e6

2.d4 d5

3.Nc3 Nf6

4.Bg5 Bb4

5.e5 h6

6.Be3 Ne4

7.Qg4 g6

8.a3 Bxc3+

9.bxc3 Nxc3

10.Bd3 Nc6

11.h4 Qe7

12.h5 g5

13.Nh3 Bd7

14.f4 gxf4

15.Bf2 Qf8

16.Qxf4 O-O-O

17.Bh4 Re8

18.Nf2 f5

19.exf6 e5

20.dxe5 Rxe5+

21.Kf1 d4

22.Ng4 Nd5

23.Qf3 Bxg4

24.Qxg4+ Kb8

25.Qf3 Rg8

26.Bg6 d3

27.cxd3 Ne3+

28.Kg1 Nd4

29.Qf2 Qc5

30.f7 Rf8

31.Rh3 Ng4

32.Qb2 a5

33.Be4 Rxe4

34.dxe4 Nc2+

35.Kh1 Nxa1

36.Qxa1 Rxf7

37.Qd1 Qxh5

38.Qd8+ Ka7

39.Qd4+ b6

40.Kg1 Qb5

41.Rd3 Ne5

42.Rd1 Rd7

43.Qa1 Qc5+ *

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