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Joseph Henry Blackburne vs Adolf Schwarz
Vienna (1882), Vienna AUH, rd 24, Jun-09
Zukertort Opening: Queen's Gambit Invitation (A04)  ·  1/2-1/2


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Oct-11-04  Knight13: Looks like Black really likes checks in the endgame.
May-17-09  WhiteRook48: the doubled pawns weren't enough to win
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  zanzibar: <Von hier an wird das Originalmanuscript Mr. Blackburne's undeutlich. Herr Schwarz hatte dem britischen Meister um 5 Uhr Nachmittags bei ausgeglichener Stellung Remis angeboten, Dieser jedoch abgelehnt. Der Kampf wurde noch bis Mitteinacht fortgesetzt (zwölf Stunden Schach-"Arbeit" an Einem Tag: 10—2 und 4—12 Uhr!) und dann unterbrochen. Erst an einem der folgenden Tage kam es, nach einigen ergötzlichen Wortgefechten, zu einem wirklichen Schluss der langen Fehde: drawn game-Remis!>


<From here on, the Originalmanuscript Mr. Blackburne's indistinct. Mr. Black was the British Champion at 5 am Afternoon offered at an equal position draw, This rejected. The fight was continued until Mitteinacht (twelve hours chess "work" on a day: 10-2 and 4-12 pm) and then stopped. Only to one of the following Days came about after some amusing war of words to a real conclusion of the long feud: drawn game-draw!>

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