Corrected. Fredian slip, in the Greco at the level Black usually resigns.
'erroneous' what dictionary did you have for breakfast?
I don't do 'erroneous' I do mistakes.
(deliberate mistakes to see if you are paying attention.)
You need to post a diagram or give some move numbers.
I was looking on Edward Winter's site for more on Bob Wade and the 'Red Book.'
Always go there first.
I found this interesting piece of chess.
In a nutshell.
In 1942 Bob Wade played a Marshall type Queen sac in a correspondence game.
Bob stated the the variation with the Queen sacrifice had been seen in
analysis from the game Kopayev - Chistyakov 1938.
Fast forward to 1964 and we meet Marovi v Chagan playing each other
in the World Student Team Championship in Cracow where the entire game
was reproduced and this time White received a Brilliancy Prize!
(Mega Base has this game as Marovi - Tsagan )
Here is the full game (one last wee twist to come.)
R. Wade - E.W. Bennett
corres, New Zealand, 1942
However also on Mega Base I found.
(I think it's only fair if I do some rearch of my own.)
Qestreich - Spilker
Here instead of 13 Qc2
White played 13.Qb1! (he must known and studied the previous game. If not
then it's a very deep OTB find.)
The new point being when this position arose a few moves later.
Black no longer has the Boleslavsky move 19...Qb4 because now the e1 Rook is defended.
A good example of how the game evolves by looking at previous games.
The Qestreich - Spilker game continued the same way with White winning.