Peter Krug & Mario Garcia (Austria -Argentina)
 
Win 9+8

1.f4! Try : 1.Nxd5? Qa8 2.Nc7 Qa7 3.Ne6 (3.b6 Qxb6 4.Nd5 Qa5 5.axb7 Qa7–+) 3...f4 4.Kh3 fxg3 5.f4 b6!= (5...bxa6? 6.b6!+-)   1...bxa6 1...Qf7 2.Kh3! b6 3.Bc2 Qd7 4.Bb1! (4.a7? Qb7 5.Bb1 Qa8 6.g4+ fxg4+ 7.Kg3 Qb7 8.Bc2 Qa8=) 4...Qd8 5.Be4 dxe4 6.Nxe4+-   2.Kh3 axb5 2...Qa8 3.Ne4 dxe4 4.bxa6 Qa7 5.Bc6 Qd4 6.a7 Qxa7 (6...Qd1 7.Bxe4 Qxe2 8.a8Q/R 8...Qg4+ 9.Kh2 Qe2+ 10.Bg2 Kg4 11.Qh8+-) 7.Bxe4 fxe4 8.g4# mate   3.Bxb5 Qd6 3...Qf7 4.Bc6+-   4.Na4 d4 4...Qe7 5.Nc5! Qxc5 6.Bd7+- 4...c3 5.Nxc3 Qe6 6.Ba6 Qc6 7.Bc8 Qxc8 8.Nxd5 Qd8 9.Nf6+ Qxf6 10.gxf6+-   5.Nb6! 5.Nc5? Qd5!–+   5...Qxb6 6.Bd7 Qb7 7.g4+ fxg4+ 8.Bxg4# mate   With one configuration similar to study of Alois Wotawa Deutsche Schachzeitung/4- (h3-h5) 1937