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Georg Marco vs David Janowski
Budapest (1896), Budapest AUH, rd 2, Oct-06
Spanish Game: Morphy Defense. Tarrasch Variation (C77)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Feb-08-18
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  Honza Cervenka: 51.Rg6! was giving white a winning game.
Feb-09-18  Straclonoor: Final position also won for white

Analysis by Stockfish 080218 64 POPCNT:

+- (5.04): 70.Qxd5+ c6 71.Qd7+ Kb6 72.Qd8+ Kb7 73.Rf7 Qb3 74.Ke8+ Qxf7+ 75.Kxf7 Rxe5 76.Qd7+ Kb6 77.Qd6 Re3 78.Qb8+ Ka5 79.Qb7 Ka4 80.Qb6 Rc3 81.Ke6 c4 82.Qxc6+ Kb3 83.Qb5+ Ka3 84.Kd5 Rc1 85.Kd4 Ka2 86.Qa6+ Kb1 87.Qa4 Kb2 88.Qb4+ Ka2 89.Qd2+ Kb1 90.Qe2 Rc2 91.Qe1+ Kb2 92.Qe3 Rc1 93.Kd5 Rc2 94.Qb6+ Ka2 95.Kd4 Rc1 96.Qh6 Rc2 97.Qa6+ Kb2 98.Qb6+ Ka2 99.Kd5 Rc1

Feb-09-18
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  Honza Cervenka: Yes, and 62...Rxe5 wins easily for black. Also 61...Rxe5 62.Qxe5 Qxg6+ 63.Kf8 Qd6+ is quite obvious win for black. Not to mention 60...Qf5 61.Qxd5+ Kb6 62.Ke7 Qh7+ 63.Ke8 Rd3 64.Qe6+ c6 with decisive advantage of black. Maybe the gamescore of the game is not correct, or it was a mutual blunderfest in the end.
Feb-09-18  Straclonoor: <Also 61...Rxe5 62.Qxe5 Qxg6+ 63.Kf8 Qd6+ is quite obvious win for black.>

After 61...Rxe5 62.Qxe5 move 62...Qxg6 impossible in the game because black Queen on h8.

<Maybe the gamescore of the game is not correct, or it was a mutual blunderfest in the end>

Couple years ago one small Russian pulishing house issued translation Marozcy's book about the tournament. Edition very bad - short notation, noncomfortable fonts etc. I'll try to find a scan to check gamescore.

Feb-09-18
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  Pawn and Two: The tournament book, 'Das Internationale Schachmeisterturnier in Budapest 1896', by G. Maroczy, published in 1941 by the Budapest Chess Association, shows Black's 60th move as 60...Rf3-d3.

The Caissa Editions tournament book, 'Budapest 1896 International Chess Tournament', by John Owen, also gives the move 60...Rd3.

Feb-09-18  Straclonoor: <Pawn and Two:> Thank you! It meant that CG and ChessBase as well have wrong gamescore.
Feb-09-18
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  Honza Cervenka: <Straclonoor: <Also 61...Rxe5 62.Qxe5 Qxg6+ 63.Kf8 Qd6+ is quite obvious win for black.> After 61...Rxe5 62.Qxe5 move 62...Qxg6 impossible in the game because black Queen on h8.>

No, in this line the Queen is on h7.

<Pawn and Two: The tournament book, 'Das Internationale Schachmeisterturnier in Budapest 1896', by G. Maroczy, published in 1941 by the Budapest Chess Association, shows Black's 60th move as 60...Rf3-d3.>

Yes, it makes much better sense. Thanks.

Feb-09-18
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  Pawn and Two: <Honza Cervenka & Straclonoor> I will submit a request for the move correction, 60...Rd3.
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