[Comment "auto-generated from "]
 [Event "Schweizerische Schachzeitung"]
[Site "corr"]
[Date "1910.??.??"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Rhode, A."]
[Black "von Zitzewitz"]
[Result "0-1"]
[ECO "B01"]
[PlyCount "36"]
[EventDate "1910.??.??"]
[EventType "tourn (corr)"]
[EventCountry "SUI"]

{Source: Wiener Schachzeitung 1912, p. 289f. Marco copied W. Therkatz'
comments from "Krefelder Zeitung" 21 January 1911.} 1. e4 d5 2. exd5 Nf6 3. d4
Nxd5 4. c4 Nb4 ({"A bizarr looking continuation", writes Therkatz. Chess
circles in Kiel had developed the "Kiel Variation":} 4... Nb6 5. Nc3 (5. Nf3 $1
{Spielmann-Mieses, Mannheim 1914}) 5... e5 6. Qe2 (6. dxe5 Qxd1+ 7. Nxd1 Nc6 8.
f4 f6 9. exf6 Bb4+ 10. Kf2 (10. Bd2 O-O $1) 10... gxf6 11. Be3 Bf5 12. Nf3
O-O-O 13. a3 Be7 {good play for Black (M. Henneberger - von Hennig, corr)})
6... Be7 7. dxe5 O-O 8. f4 Nc6 9. Nf3 Bf5 10. a3 Na5 11. Nd2 Qd4 {von Peßler -
von Hennig, played in the same 1910 "Korrespondenzturnier" of Schweizerische
Schachzeitung as our main game.}) 5. Qa4+ (5. a3 $1) 5... N8c6 6. d5 $2 ({
Better} 6. a3 Na6 7. d5 Nc5 8. Qd1 {according to Johannes Metger. von Hennig
was a pupil of Metger, a chess author and teacher living in Kiel. Thus it
doesn't seem too far-fetched to assume that the creation of the Kiel Variation
4...Nb6 has also inspired the idea 4...Nb4 ("Kiel trap") of another player
from Kiel, von Zitzewitz.}) 6... b5 ({Stronger than} 6... Bf5 {, recommended
by Maroczy in his Morphy book:} 7. Na3 (7. dxc6 $2 Bc2) 7... b5 8. Qxb5 (8.
cxb5 Qxd5 9. bxc6 Qe4+ $1) 8... Rb8 9. Qa4 e6 10. dxc6 Nxa2 $1 {Bücker} ({
Maroczy's continuation} 10... Nd3+ 11. Bxd3 Bb4+ {fails to} 12. Qxb4 Rxb4 13.
Bxf5) 11. c5 Bxc5 12. Be2 Nxc1 13. Rxc1 Rxb2 14. Nc4 Qd4 15. Nxb2 Qxf2+ 16. Kd1
O-O 17. Nf3 Rd8+ 18. Nd2 Be3 19. Nbc4 Bg4 20. Re1 Qf4 21. Qa5 Bxd2 22. Nxd2
Rxd2+ 23. Qxd2 Qa4+ {draw by perpetual check}) 7. Qxb5 Nc2+ 8. Kd2 Bd7 9. dxc6
(9. Kxc2 $4 Nd4+) 9... Bf5+ $1 10. Qd5 Nb4 11. Qxd8+ Rxd8+ 12. Kc3 Nc2 13. Bf4
e5 14. Bxe5 Bb4+ $19 15. Kb3 Rb8 16. Bxc7 O-O 17. Bxb8 Rxb8 18. a3 Bxa3+ {0-1,
since it's a forced mate:} (18... Bxa3+ 19. Kc3 Bb4+ 20. Kb3 Bd2+ 21. Ka4 (21.
Ka2 Bc1 $1) 21... Rb4+ 22. Ka5 Nd4 23. Nxd2 Nxc6+ 24. Ka6 Bc8#) 0-1