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Berthold Englisch vs Samuel Rosenthal
London (1883), London ENG, rd 5, May-31
Spanish Game: Berlin Defense (C65)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Jan-16-15  poorthylacine: Well known for being a "draw" player, English however puts in this game a terrible pressure on Rosenthal, who must fight very hard to avoid collapsing; and nethertheless English had at least two good opportunities to win the game:

1: 50.f5+!! Ke5 ( if 50...gxf5? 51.exf5 Kxf5 52.Ne7+!) 51.Ne7 Kxe4 52. Nxc8

2: 51. f5+ gxf5 52.exf5+ Kf7 53.Nxb6!...

So Rosenthal could be happy to avoid the defeat, but this long and difficult defensive fight was certainly very tiring for him...

Apr-20-16
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  zanzibar: According to the TB this game actually continued for a few more moves before the draw.
Feb-05-19  Straclonoor: After 49 moves white had to ways to win 1.f5+ as mentioned by <poorthylacine> 2.g4 Here is analysis.

Analysis by Stockfish 091218 64 POPCNT:

1. +- (7.62): 50.f5+ gxf5 51.exf5+ Kxf5 52.Ne7+ Ke4 53.Nxc8 Kd3 54.Ra4 Ng7 55.Ne7 Ne6 56.Nd5 Kd4 57.Ne3 Nc5 58.Ra7 Ne6 59.Ra1 Kc5 60.Rd1 Nd4 61.Kg3 d5 62.cxd5 Nxb5 63.Rb1 h4+ 64.Kf3 Nc3 65.Rc1 Kb4 66.Kg4 b5 67.Kxh4

2. +- (5.26): 50.g4 Rd8 51.g5 Rb8 52.h4 Kd7 53.f5 Kd8 54.Kf3 Kd7 55.Ke3 Kd8 56.fxg6 fxg6 57.Nf4 Ng7 58.Nxg6 Rc8 59.Nf4 Ke8 60.Kf2 Kd7 61.Kf3 Rf8 62.Kg3 Ne6 63.Nxh5 Rf1 64.Nf6+ Kd8 65.Kg4 Ke7 66.Nd5+ Kf7 67.Kh5 Kg7 68.Nxc7 Nf4+ 69.Kg4

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