A Miniature in the Orthodox Queen's Gambit by FM Dennis Monokroussos
Vera Menchik was by far the strongest female player of her day, and she defeated many of the top male players of her time, inducting them into the so-called Vera Menchik Club. (The player who sardonically invented that title for people who lost to Menchik wound up being the charter member of the Club.) Gideon Stahlberg avoided membership, going 4-0 against Menchik in their encounters. This win was an attractive one with theoretical significance; it's possible for a decent player today to fall into the same trap Menchik did. (In fact, multiple players fell for it back then as well!) It's surprising that white's attacking prospects are as great as they turned out to be, and that's part of what makes the game instructive as well as attractive.